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Episode 58: Where Do Insects Go When It’s Cold?

Photograph of a grylloblattid - an orange-y insect that looks kind of like a cricket - on a sheet of ice.

Image: “One of the world’s rarest and least understood insects, a grylloblattid ice crawler (Grylloblatta sp.). Photographed live at night on an ice field, Northern California, USA.” (Source: Wikimedia Commons, by way of Alex Wild – a very nice guy I met at a BugShot workshop one year)

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Episode 53: Laurel Hiatt on What’s Even Happening In Your Colon

Micrograph of a stain of a portion of secum removed during a colonoscopy.

Image: “Intermediate magnification micrograph of a sessile serrated adenoma, abbreviated SSA, from the cecum removed during a colonoscopy. H&E stain.” (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

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Episode 50: Lyra Cronin on Quantum Physics and When to Become a Robot

A still of Marilyn Monroe from the "Diamond's Are a Girl's Best Friend" performance, holding an illustration of a nitrogen vacancy center in each outstretched hand.

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