Sep 30, 2020
Returning guest Nils G. Walter
examines RNA molecules from every possible angle, literally and
metaphorically. His lab at the University of Michigan brings
multidisciplinary minds together to discover what RNA research may
offer the medical community.
Listeners are in for expert assessments on
Sep 29, 2020
Professor Robert Steneck started
researching lobsters in 1983 and was one of the first people to
explore the ecosystems of lobsters in their natural habitat, which,
given lobsters' solitary and cautious nature, is no easy task.
He gives listeners the opportunity to see this hidden world up close, discussing
Sep 29, 2020
Despite a US moratorium on gain-of-function research on the basis of it being simply too dangerous, Dr. Anthony Fauci continued funding it. If you don’t even know what gain-of-function research is, you’re not alone. In fact, there may even be a reason you don’t know. But this is just the tip of the iceberg when it...
Sep 28, 2020
Professor Michael Betts
articulates the dramatic directions our human immune system can
take responding to viral pathogenesis. He studies how humans combat
viral pathogens and diseases through adaptive immune responses like
T and B cell activity.
He shares his perspective on virus capabilities with lively and clear...
Sep 27, 2020
Managing member of Norred Law, PLLC, Warren V. Norred, discusses several suits his firm has filed on behalf of plaintiffs in Texas who have faced unfair COVID shutdown infractions. This podcast shares details of these cases but also the bigger picture of how Norred hopes to chip away at the top-down nonsensical...