In a continuation of the NFL preview show, Greg, Reilly, Evan, and Chris dissect the Bears (intro), Lions (2:45), Packers (6:57), and Vikings (12:27) as part of their preview of the NFC North.
In a continuation of the NFL preview show, Greg, Reilly, Evan, and Chris dissect the Ravens and the Browns in their AFC south Preview. Note: due to technical difficulty our discussion on the Bengals and Steelers is omitted.
In a continuation of the NFL preview show, Greg, Reilly, Evan, and Chris dissect the Cardinals (Intro), Seahawks (3:25), 49ers (8:40), and the Rams (15:32) in their preview of the NFC West.
In the third annual NFL preview show, Greg sits down with Reilly, Evan, and Chris to talk the NFC south. First things first is a 2017 playoff review challenge (3:15), an overview of the NFC south (8:16), then diving into previewing the seasons for the Panthers (9:39), Falcons (16:40), Saints (24:10), and the Buccaneers (32:25).
Greg sits down with Brains and Behavior annual retreat guest Lecturer Matia Solomon, a GSU alum, to to talk about her homecoming and changes at GSU (3:06), research that her lab does in psychopathologies (7:50), switching between model organisms (10:07), juggling the many hats of an academic (14:37), structuring a lab and what to look... Continue Reading →
On this week's podcast Greg sits down with Dr. Rob Knight, professor in pediatrics and computer engineering ath the University of California San Diego and co-founder of the American Gut Project and the Earth Microbiome Project to discuss growing up in New Zealand then transferring to graduate school in the states (2:27), transitioning from traditional... Continue Reading →
Greg and longtime Star Wars enthusiast David Mudd finally sit down to dissect The Last Jedi. They discuss first impressions after they first watched the film (2:30), thoughts on new characters (5:01), the concept that anyone can use the force (10:40), knit picks about the movie (13:55), certain plot lines (16:21), what was the best... Continue Reading →
On today's show Greg talks with Dr. Jim Hudspeth, an expert in hearing and audition to discuss his inspiration to scientific research (2:18), why has hearing research lagged behind other sensory neuroscience research (5:41), why frogs are a good model to study audition (7:51), the foundation of audition research and what we are doing to... Continue Reading →
At long last it has happened. Fabiano Caruana, former United States chess champion and top ten player has won the right to challenge for the world chess championship in London in November. This is the first time since 1996 that an American has qualified for the championship and the first time since since 1972 that... Continue Reading →