The Science Pawdcast

Episode 44: Twisty Graphene, Earthquake Animal Detection and Michael Meyer with the Arthropods of Siberia

November 26, 2020 Jason Zackowski with Bunsen Berner Season 2 Episode 44
The Science Pawdcast
Episode 44: Twisty Graphene, Earthquake Animal Detection and Michael Meyer with the Arthropods of Siberia
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The Science Pawdcast
Episode 44: Twisty Graphene, Earthquake Animal Detection and Michael Meyer with the Arthropods of Siberia
Nov 26, 2020 Season 2 Episode 44
Jason Zackowski with Bunsen Berner

In science news this week we answer a common question- just why does the Pfizer vaccine need to be kept at such a low temperature as well as a really cool study on the twisting of graphene!  In Pet Science we take a look at some of the evidence that animals can detect earthquakes.   Our expert guest is Michael Meyer, a PhD candidate who studies the chemicals in lakes as well as the arthropods in Siberia!!!   Our Woo or Wow guest is Sophia Gad Nasr, a guest from season one and an amazing astrophysicist who studies dark matter!  Some goofy family stories round out the podcast.

Michael Meyer: https://twitter.com/mishafredmeyer
Michael's website: https://labs.wsu.edu/hampton/people/michael-meyer/
Newly Published Paper! 

Sophia Gad Nasr on twitter: https://twitter.com/Astropartigirl
Sophia's website: https://astropartigirl.com/

The Bunsen Website  www.bunsenbernerbmd.com

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Show Notes

In science news this week we answer a common question- just why does the Pfizer vaccine need to be kept at such a low temperature as well as a really cool study on the twisting of graphene!  In Pet Science we take a look at some of the evidence that animals can detect earthquakes.   Our expert guest is Michael Meyer, a PhD candidate who studies the chemicals in lakes as well as the arthropods in Siberia!!!   Our Woo or Wow guest is Sophia Gad Nasr, a guest from season one and an amazing astrophysicist who studies dark matter!  Some goofy family stories round out the podcast.

Michael Meyer: https://twitter.com/mishafredmeyer
Michael's website: https://labs.wsu.edu/hampton/people/michael-meyer/
Newly Published Paper! 

Sophia Gad Nasr on twitter: https://twitter.com/Astropartigirl
Sophia's website: https://astropartigirl.com/

The Bunsen Website  www.bunsenbernerbmd.com

The Bunsen Website has adorable merch with hundreds of different combinations of designs and apparel- all with Printful- one of the highest quality companies we could find!

Genius Lab Gear for 10% link!-
10% off science dog bandanas, science stickers and science Pocket tools
https://t.co/UIxKJ1uX8J?amp=1

Bunsen and Beaker on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/bunsenbernerbmd
Bunsen and Beaker on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/bunsenberner.bmd/
InstaBunsandBeaks
https://www.instagram.com/bunsenberner.bmd/?hl=en 

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bunsenberner)