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Finding Genius Podcast

May 31, 2021

The dragonfly is the fastest flying insect in existence—regularly breaking most residential speed limits. This is just one of the many fascinating details discussed by entomologist Jessica Ware.

Tune in to discover:

  • How dragonflies use interception-style predation to catch mosquitoes and other flying insects
  • How an...

May 30, 2021

Paul Sloane’s always been interested in lateral thinking puzzles and has written international best sellers on the subject. He shares how he’s translated those methods into solving problems in the business world. A professional who’s helped busy executives with creativity and innovation in their companies for over...

May 29, 2021

Can examining the world of insects give humans insight into our state of being? Research may show that many fields of human health can be advanced through the study of insects. Listen up to learn:

  • How colony collapse disorder may be solved
  • How communication suffers from lack of sleep
  • The role of sleep in the world of...

May 28, 2021

Is studying cellular community ecology the next direction cancer research will take? By gaining insight into the behavior of cancer cells, new treatments may be uncovered.

Press play to learn:

  • If cancer is an intelligent entity within the body
  • How cancer cells cooperate and compete 
  • How a cell shifts from benign to...

May 27, 2021

“I went into oncology because I was fascinated by the human side of cancer,” says Dr. Eisenberg. This motivation gives him a unique focus while struggling alongside his patients searching for a cancer cure. He talks about not leaving his patients’ humanity out of the picture of cancer cells, and how that...