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Live from the Association of Southeastern Biologists Annual Meeting

Today's episode is a mostly onsite podcast from Chattanooga, Tennessee, where BioScience Talks was graciously hosted earlier this spring by the Association of Southeas...

One Health (and more) with DeeAnn Reeder

For this episode of BioScience Talks, we're joined by DeeAnn Reeder, Professor of Biology at Bucknell University and a researcher at the Smithsonian Institution. We sp...

Spy Satellites for Ecology, with Catalina Munteanu and Volker Radeloff

For today's episode, we're joined by Catalina Munteanu, Researcher at the University of Frieberg in Germany, who has a background in geography and forest sciences. Als...

Pollinator Roadside Habitat, with Thomas Meinzen, Diane Debinski, and Laura Burkle

For today's episode, we're joined by Thomas Meinzen, recent Master's of Science graduate from Montana State University in Bozeman, Diane Debinski, who is a Professor a...

Shipwreck Ecology, with Avery Paxton, Chris Taylor, and Melanie Damour

For today's episode, we're joined by Avery Paxton, who is a Research Marine Biologist with NOAA's National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, Chris Taylor, Research Ec...

The Global Women in Herpetology Project (and Book), with Sinlan Poo

For today's episode, we jump back to last spring's Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. Our guest is Sinlan Poo, Curator of Research at the Memphis Zoo ...

The Re-Envisioning Culture Network, with Simone Soso

For today's episode of BioScience Talks, we're joined by Dr. Simone Soso, Assistant Director of Research and Workforce Development at the MSI STEM Research & Developme...

Rewilding Governance, with Jeremy Bruskotter and John Vucetich

In this episode, we're joined by Jeremy Bruskotter, faculty member and Professor in the School of Environment and Natural Resources at The Ohio State University and Jo...

READI-Net, with Adam Sepulveda

Our guest for this episode of BioScience Talks is Adam Sepulveda, Research Scientist with the US Geological Survey's Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center in Bozeman,...

Organization of Biological Field Stations

Today’s episode features three representatives of the Organization of Biological Field Stations (OBFS), which is an American Institute of Biological Sciences member or...

On Site at the Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists

This episode of BioScience Talks was recorded on location at the Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists in Norfolk, Virginia, and features a range of prese...

Wolf Recovery and Its Challenges, with David Mech and David Ausband

For today's episode, we were joined by L. David Mech, from the US Geological Survey’s Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center and the University of Minnesota in St. ...

A Dispatch from the AIBS Congressional Visits Day

Today's episode of BioScience Talks is a second dispatch from AIBS's spring Congressional Visits Day, which is a program that gives researchers a chance to travel to W...

The Past, Present, and Future of Water, with Peter Gleick

For today's episode, I was joined by Dr. Peter Gleick, Cofounder and Senior Fellow at the Pacific Institute in Oakland, California, author of the new book, The Three A...

50 Years of SACNAS, with Executive Director Juan Amador

For today's episode, I was joined by Juan Amador, who is the Executive Director for the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science (SA...

Under the Weather with John Van Stan: Scientists Should Spend More Time in the Rain

For today's episode, we're joined by Dr. John Van Stan, Associate Professor at Cleveland State University in the Department of Biological, Geological and Environmental...

Talking Science, Policy, and Congressional Visits with the Emerging Public Policy Leadership Award Winners

Today's episode comes "live" from AIBS's 2023 Congressional Visits Day in Washington, DC, where our guests gathered for a communications boot camp and meetings with th...

Food Security in High Mountains of Central Asia, with Roy Sidle

In this episode of BioScience Talks, we're joined by Professor Roy Sidle, Director of the Mountain Societies Research Institute and Professor in Earth and Environmenta...

Nature's Chefs, with Robert Dunn and Pia Sörensen

A recent article in BioScience discusses "Nature's Chefs"—animal, plant, and fungal species create or mimic food for others for a variety of reasons. In this episode o...

Evolution in the City: Urban Wildlife Coloration with Samantha Kreling

For this episode, we're joined by Samantha Kreling, PhD candidate at the University of Washington, in the Prugh Lab. She's here to discuss her new BioScience article S...

Richard Hill Discusses "Living Naked in the Cold"

Today's interview is with Dr. Richard Hill, Professor Emeritus at Michigan State University and author of the BioScience article "Living Naked in the Cold: New Insight...

Urban Green Spaces with Brenda Lin and Erik Andersson

For today's episode, we're joined by Dr. Brenda Lin from CSIRO Land and Water in Australia, and Dr. Erik Andersson, Professor of Sustainability Science with University...

Roberto Efraín Díaz

This podcast is part of AIBS's Diversity Heroes series, where we spotlight individuals who are working to increase Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the biological sc...

Neoclassical Economics from a Biologist's Perspective: Charles A. S. Hall

For today's episode, we're joined by Dr. Charles A. S. Hall, who discusses his recent book review of Peter Victor's "Herman Daly's Economics for a Full World: His Life...

In Their Own Words: Osvaldo Sala

In Their Own Words chronicles the stories of scientists who have made great contributions to their fields. These short histories provide our readers a way to learn fro...

Leopold's Preserve: Protecting Nature in a Fast-Growing Region

In this episode, we're joined by Scott Plein, Principal of Equinox Investments and Founder and Chairman of the White House Farm Foundation, and Alan Rowsome, Executive...

Textiles that Pollute: Microfibers in the Environment

In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Judith Weis, editor of the new book Polluting Textiles: The Problem with Microfibres

The Technology, Innovation, and Partnerships Directorate at NSF

For this episode, we're joined by Thyaga Nandagopal, Division Director for the Division of Innovation and Technology Ecosystems, in the newly launched TIP Directorate ...

Communicating Disease Spillover Risk during the COVID-19 Pandemic

In this episode, we're joined by Andre D. Mader of the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies to discuss the messaging around land change during the COVID-19 pa...

The Plan to "Rewild" the American West

We're joined by Mike Phillips of the Turner Endangered Species Fund. He's one of the authors of a recent Viewpoint article in BioScience entitled, "Rewilding the Ameri...

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