Episode 23: Everybody’s Special In Their Bones!

Graycen and Alison talk about some recent science stories, including stories about tampons, Alzheimer’s, and parchment! After the break, they interview CU professor Justin Brumbaugh about his new lab and his work with stem cells. Listen here or subscribe on iTunes!

We learned about NextGenJane’s tampon innovations from Dayna Evans at the MIT tech review. Her article was recommended by Friend of the Pod Kelsie Anson.

The paper about the link between gingipains and Alzheimer’s Disease was published in Science Advances.

Sarah Zhang of The Atlantic wrote a glorious profile on Dr. Matthew Collins and the cool things he’s doing with old books.

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