In this podcast, former President Jimmy Carter and Museum Curator Mark Siddall join leaders in the field of health and medicine for a dynamic conversation about the science and politics of disease eradication.
Scientist and author Ainissa Ramirez explores the science behind football, touching on topics that range from how Vince Lombardi was a game theorist to why woodpeckers don't get concussions.
Museum curator Denton Ebel is joined by Amanda White, a con-focal microscopy specialist, and Ellen Crapster-Pregont, a doctoral candidate conducting her research at the Museum, in a discussion of the 2 and 3-dimensional analysis of meteors and asteroids.
Glacial Earthquakes: Using Seismic and GPS Observations to Map Changes in Glaciers and Ice Sheets Worldwide
Dr. Meredith Nettles, Associate Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University, discusses earthquakes on ice sheets and shows how new data allows us to learn how the ice is affected by changing environments.