Sep 9, 2018
In this episode we interview Dr. Seth Frey about his work on understanding online social communities. We even get a sneak peak at his recent study on the behaviors in online poker that lead to winning or losing!
Aug 12, 2018
This episode is my coverage of the March 2018 Science Pub. Science - the work of analysis, experiment, fail, and try again – relentlessly pursues answers to some of the most complex and pressing issues of our time, but work in the lab won't change the world if it stays in the lab. How to get research findings out in...
Mar 5, 2018
This week our episode features a Ph.D. candidate in Dartmouth's Molecular and Cellular Biology program. Nadia Cumbal, researches a particular protein, whose mutation is associated with cancer, in the lab of Dr. Michael Cole. She speaks about what cancer is, how it can happen, the cellular mechanisms that may be able to...
Feb 19, 2018
Dr. Damian Sowinski is a post-doctoral researcher at Dartmouth who studies information theory. He uses information theory in many different ways, from understanding why stars are stable to how people construct a narrative of the world based on experience. In our discussion, we talked about the basics of information...
Feb 4, 2018
This episode is our coverage of January's Science Pub at Salt Hill Pub in Lebanon, NH. We had 3 experts discussing the evolution of communities from the online space to a traditional commune. What motivates people to make decisions? How does technology change or add to traditional social communities? Tune in to find out.