Lucas explains why Pluto’s atmosphere is puzzling and Jesse explains how yeast can produce opioids.
Jesse tries to unravel some of the quantum properties of the (probably) newly synthesized material Stanene, while Lucas takes a peek at the efficacy of using sex and violence to sell products.
Lucas reports on research that peers inside oysters and Jesse sifts through the results of a 22 year study examining the health effects of marijuana.
Jesse sorts through two crazy studies that literally attach brains to other brains and Lucas looks at an impressive study that assess the impact of climate change on bumblebees.
Lucas explores a new study suggested by a listener which could hold the key to cheap, efficient solar power. Jesse takes on a social science study that's found an interesting link between violent crime and emotional intelligence.
Jesse discusses how electrical signals in your brain can be translated to the words you’re saying; Lucas reports on how uranium isn’t so bad for all bacteria and how this can affect environmental cleanups.
Jesse updates us on the progress of growing human blood in a lab, and Lucas explains how new research blames the oil and gas industry for an increase in earthquakes.
Lucas investigates if a new test can actually detect every virus you’ve had and Jesse discovers how each fact you learn has a unique signature in your mind.