Hosts of Surf Memphis podcast Christy Fili and Carly Bencivenga sit down in the OAM network studio to natter about a new blood test for certain cancers, the genomics of Lonesome George, and how vegans are killing bats.
Who Shot John frontman Geoff Harvey, and improv comedian Laurel George join Mark and Niraj to talk about the adaptability of influenza, genome edited children, and being manipulated to take shorter showers.
Owner of Forward Counseling Jess Frey and New York Comedian Jonathan Ziegel join Mark in the crosstown concourse studio to talk about recalled medical devices, Genetic Counseling, and guinea pig regulations in Switzerland.
Owner of Move the air audio Alyssa Moore and Audio Engineer Mitchell Manley join Mark and Niraj in the Memphis studio to chat about Detecting tumors via circulating DNA, the first detected interstellar object, and why philosophers wear turtlenecks.
Owner of Two Rivers bookstore Heather Cee and Comedian Charley McMullen come to the crosstown concourse studio in Memphis to talk about Brain volume changes after spaceflight, Hard Science fiction and failing to touch Sean Penn.
Musician Tony Manard and Comedian/filmmaker Robert Rowan chat with Mark and Niraj about a 930 mile cloud on Mars, cutting edge therapies for multiple myeloma, and how to ensure pandas mate successfully.
Candidate for Governor of Tennessee Karl Dean and Comedian/Journalist for High Ground News Cole Bradley join Mark and Niraj to talk about electrical stimulation to help the paralysed walk again, Karl Dean's priorities if elected Governor, and the amount of La Croix cans you should drink in a day.
A bonus episode from our conversation with Candidate for TN house district 97 Allan Creasy and comedian Charley McMullen, covering predatory lending and improving the equity of science education in Shelby County.
Candidate for TN State Senate Gabby Salinas joins members of the breakup show Savannah Bearden and Bruce Bui and Mark to talk about a new fast acting malaria drug, a gene therapy to help with addiction, and the lifespan of a ballet shoe.
The Memphis Gaelic Athletic Association - promoting Gaelic sports and Irish culture in Memphis communities. We welcome kids and adults of all ages to try out hurling - a fast-paced field game that incorporates the skills of lacrosse, hockey, and baseball - and Gaelic football - where players utilize skills similar to soccer, rugby, and basketball. No experience required, and spectators are always welcome. Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/memphisgaa or contact us on our website at memphisgaa.com.
Analytical Chemist Nicole Kolenic and Comedian Benny Elbows come to the crosstown concourse studio to talk about giving ecstacy to octopuses, a food science fraud, and being dehydrated at the 1904 Marathon.
Founder of Sweet Bio Dr Isaac Rodriguez and Comedian Rob Love join Mark and Niraj in the studio to chat about a gel foam to improve bone healing, contaminants in a heart disease drug, and a man with backup khakis.
Owner of Memphis Made Brewing Andy Ashby and Comedian Erik Allgood sit down in the crosstown concourse to talk with Mark about Gene Editing for Duchenne's Muscular Dystrophy, the link between brewing beer and the Nobel prize, and a Charlie Chaplin lookalike contest.
4 time Emmy Nominee and audio engineer for Running Pony productions Nathan Reisman and Comedian, Radio DJ on 98.1 the max, and all round renaissance man the max Ross Turner sit down at the OAM studio to talk about the genetics of friendly foxes, whether animals can feel grief, and how Nathan almost went to North Korea with Dennis Rodman. Check out Running Pony productions
Founder and chair of the Memphis Gaelic Athletic Association Jesse Gammons and Comedian Jowa Horn take their seats in the crosstown concourse studio to talk about how a specific sodium channel regulates body weight, a new Lancet study about salt intake, and an animal with trinocular vision.
Shelby County Commissioner Van Turner and Comedian Katrina Coleman join Mark in the crosstown concourse studio to discuss Insulin signalling in ants, why an all beef diet isn't good for you, and the last squire in Memphis politics.
Research Scientist Will Bodeen and Comedian Nick Cox join Mark In the crosstown concourse studio to talk about developing a cheaper super resolution microscope, a bad economics study from Zillow, and why Japanese cartoon characters have 5 fingers.
Comedians Ben Compton and Deveron Dennis join Mark In the crosstown concourse studio to chat about how specific cells contribute to liver regeneration, creationism in Mississippi schools, and an unpleasant way to transfer terabytes of data.