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Ep.12 - Celebrating failure in science

In the first part of the show Brïte Pauchet talked to Mark A. Sicoli about his linguistic research on waves of migration into the Americas. 18 more words


Ep.11 - Some news from the 2017 AAAS meeting

On today’s episode, Bethany Wong follows Brïte Pauchet as she head to Boston to cover the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science   26 more words


Predatory Bacteria and Host Immune cells Work together to Treat Shigella Infection in Zebrafish Larvae

Bdellovibrio are predatory bacteria which invade and kill a range of Gram-negative bacterial pathogens in natural environments and in vitro. Scientist used live strain of Bdellovibrio, as an antibacterial therapy in vivo to treat Shigella infection in Zebrafish Larvae. 85 more words


Ep.8 - 2016 Science Recap

In the first episode of the year, Rackeb Tesfaye, Bethany Wong and Brïte Pauchet go back in time, to remind you what were the biggest science discoveries of 2016, according to… 23 more words


Ep.5 - Science Monthly Recap

Today, Rackeb Tesfaye and Brïte Pauchet host our first Science Monthly Recap, with clips from Evelyne Kasparek and Selina Liu. Paralysis, AI, evolution in our own blood and eternal youth. 133 more words



Birth, a state of mind with nothing inside but the curiosity to know and voyage the life, and Death, the only stop on this journey , are connected by a very simple and delecate thread known as time.On this journey the first and foremost thing we learn (rather we need) is an ability to Believe. 168 more words

Reflections Of Life