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Audio Podcast: SciCafe—Technology Inspired by Nature with Tak-Sing Wong Find out how a carnivorous plant and a hungry cell have inspired new technologies with potentially life-saving applications. Audio Podcast: SciCafe—The Milky Way as You’ve Never Seen It Before with Jackie Faherty Fly through the galaxy using new data from the Gaia telescope. Audio Podcast: Science Throwdown: Sea vs. Land Which creatures—marine or terrestrial—are the most compelling, intriguing, and inspiring? You decide! Audio Podcast: Planetary Origin Stories with Alycia Weinberger Studying nearby star systems lets us journey back in time to the origin of planets. Audio Podcast: SciCafe—Orangutans, Obesity, and Human Evolution with Erin Vogel What can wild orangutans teach us about the evolution of human diets? Audio Podcast: Visualizing Planets with Radio Telescopes with Meredith Hughes Astrophysicist Meredith Hughes explains how powerful radio telescopes are helping scientists answer questions about distant s... Audio Podcast: SciCafe – Ocean Locomotion with Frank Fish The unique ways marine animals move underwater are helping scientists create more efficient technologies. Audio Astrophysicist Jackie Faherty Breaks Down New Data from the ESA’s Gaia Mission What can astronomers learn from the staggering new information from the Gaia space mission? Audio Podcast: SciCafe – Seeing Is Believing with Marisa Carrasco How do our brains make sense of the world our eyes see? Audio Podcast: Hubble Space Telescope’s 28 Years of Exploration, with Astrophysics Curator Michael Shara Museum astrophysics curator Michael Shara celebrates the Hubble Space Telescope's 28th anniversary. Audio Podcast: Fishes That Glow – Exploring Biofluorescence and Bioluminescence in the Sea Researchers have discovered that the oceans are full of luminous, colorful organisms—the challenge is knowing how and where t... Audio Podcast: The Dolphin in the Mirror What does a dolphin see when it looks in the mirror?
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