Finding your way from A to B is easy with modern GPS systems, but the natural abilities of navigation found in the animal world have piqued the interest of humans for centuries. In this podcast, join authors James Gould and Carol Gould as they discuss the unique directional sensitivities of animals explored in their latest book, "Nature's Compass".
On April 24, 2013, the Museum hosted its 23rd Annual Spring Environmental Lecture and Luncheon “Islands in a Changing World: Resilience and Recovery.” The event featured a panel of experts discussing island resiliency, including New York and surrounding areas’ recovery from Hurricane Sandy, and the effects of climate change on oceanic islands.
Japanese sake is getting more popular every year, but it remains an age-old wine with much mystery. In this podcast, join writer and sake “Samuari” Timothy Sullivan, as he reveals behind-the-scenes details about Japan’s famous Hakkaisan Sake Brewery.
The process of fermentation—transforming foods to make them more digestible and more nutritious—is as old as humanity itself. In this podcast, join Dan Felder, head of research and development at the Momofuku Culinary Lab, and author and fermentation specialist Sandor Katz, in a lively discussion about kimchi, kefir, and other fermented delicacies.