Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

Science Bytes with Joe and Craig

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Every Thursday morning we dive into new and future Science trends that will change the world. Future medical procedures, to new advanced technologies and out into space. If you love science, technology and facts, then this is the show for you! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sciencebytes/support


Permafrost Melting | Human Chimera | Giant Lizards | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig S01, E09
May 21 • 19 min
Today is Thursday, May 21st, 2020. If we were in a spaceship and approached Earth from the North pole in the summer, we would see a roughly circular mass of blue water dotted with ice, and almost encircled by landmasses. Some reflecting in a brilliant…
Rescue Dogs | Elon Musk’s Neuralink | Asian Giant Hornets | My Science Bytes with Joe and Craig S01, E08
May 14 • 17 min
Today is Thursday, May 14th, 2020. The bond between dogs and humans can be traced back to about 15,000 years ago. These lovable and loyal animals have found their way into 48% of American households. For centuries canines have been listed as man’s best…
Heart Attak Risk May Be Foreseen In Your Genes | Spinal Cord Injury May Soon Have A Cure | Science Bytes with Joe and Craig S01, E07
May 7 • 12 min
Today is Thursday, May 7, 2020. When it comes to heart attack risk, how do you score? If you want a sneak peek into your risk of heart disease, here are your options: Your doctor can measure cholesterol and blood pressure, ask about your history of…
Copper Kills Viruses! Is That True? | Rice Engineered to Resist Heatwaves | Science Bytes with Joe and Craig S01, E06
Apr 30 • 15 min
Today is Thursday, April 30, 2020. How many times, especially lately, have you heard that copper kills viruses. Can this be true, or is it just another snake oil cure? The SARS-CoV-2 virus endures for days on plastic or metal but disintegrates soon after…
A gene drive that disarms a deadly wheat pathogen | A gene variant may drive back Alzheimer’s
Apr 23 • 11 min
A gene drive is a genetic engineering technology that propagates a particular suite of genes throughout a population. Gene drives have been proposed to provide an effective means of genetically modifying specific populations and entire species. The new…
NASA’s new Telescope | Smart Toilets Are Coming Your Way
Apr 16 • 12 min
A new NASA telescope idea that could spot vegetation on distant exoplanets. We have spoken about smart toilets before on the Joe and Craig Music Show. This smart toilet is much different than the ones we’ve spoken about in the past. The only difference,…
Science Bytes: Why America Has No N95 Masks
Apr 9 • 8 min
Why doesn’t the United States have any surgical masks? How can something like that happen to a superpower country like America? A New Blood test can detect up to fifty different cancers. This could revolutionize the way we detect cancer. Fact-checking…