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Minutes at the Edge

Minutes at the Edge #3: Cthulhu Macrofasciculumque

In today’s episode I introduce you to the most splendid newly discovered organism which bears the name of my favourite Great Old One, please enjoy! Subscribe on iTunes Further reading: Eukaryotes in general The Parabasalia Cell structure in general     Most importantly, the paper describing Cthulhu macrofasciculumque and his …

Minutes at the Edge #2: Long Dead Things and Modern Descendants

Today’s cigarette-break sized science podcast is all about research into evolution, specifically the evolution of birds and placental mammals. All squishy science! Subscribe on iTunes Further reading: Transitional Fossil Denial and Feathered Dinosaurs Dinosaurs with stubby feathers Placental Mammal ancestors after the K-Pg extinction event  BBC article on mammalian ancestors …

Minutes on the Edge: Quantum Biology

Today marks the first episode of the mad science mini-podcast of the Traveler’s Steampunk Blog: Minutes on the Edge. This podcast will bring you short news from the cutting edge of science (but not the fringe) whenever I discover something I find intriguing. Today’s episode is about quantum biology, please …