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Angel Russell – Talk Data to Me: The neuroscience of sexual arousal and desire

Two of the most pervasive myths that I spend my time deconstructing are (1) that humans have a specific part of their brains devoted to sex and (2) that humans have an innate “drive” to be sexual. Neither of these things are true, and it’s important that people understand that. When folks believe these misconceptions,… Read More »Angel Russell – Talk Data to Me: The neuroscience of sexual arousal and desire

Karen Masters – 30 Second Universe

The universe literally encompasses everything we were, are and will be, everything we knew, know and can know. When we decide to understand the universe as a whole, new truths come to light, and unexpected perspectives illuminate our take on life. 30-Second Universe explains all the tantalising concepts, principles and theories that make up our… Read More »Karen Masters – 30 Second Universe

Talking Nerdy, with Cara Santa Maria

Marsh talks nerdy with Cara! Cara Santa Maria is a Los Angeles Area Emmy and Knight Foundation Award-winning journalist, science communicator, television personality, author, and podcaster. Cara is the science correspondent on National Geographic's popular television series Brain Games as well as the creator and host of the weekly science podcast Talk Nerdy with Cara… Read More »Talking Nerdy, with Cara Santa Maria

Angela Saini – The Return of Race Science

As ethnic nationalism and the far-right become stronger, race science is experiencing a revival, fuelled by the abuse of data and science by politically-motivated groups. The story of who humans are and how we evolved is being rewritten to suit their agendas. Even well-intentioned scientists, through their unconscious use of old-fashioned categories, betray some suspicion… Read More »Angela Saini – The Return of Race Science