How humans perceive bitter taste, and the evolution of taste perception.
A discussion with three students who are helping in the global fight against HIV and AIDS.
A wide-ranging 45-minute discussion between Dr. Eric Lander, Dr. Stuart Schreiber, and four Washington DC-area high school teachers.
Dr. Lyson describes dinosaur digs as well as his focus on prehistoric turtle fossils.
An interview with Amy Greenwood and Alice Chen, two scientists in Dr. Melton's lab.
Dr. Knoll describes the path to becoming a geologist, and explains the importance of collaboration in scientific research.
An interview with Angela Koehler, a scientist in Dr. Schreiber's lab.
An interview with Dr. Audra Pompeani, a graduate student in Bonnie Bassler's lab.
Ben Vincent describes his summer work collecting mosquitoes for Dr. Marm Kilpatrick's research on the ecology and epidemiology of the West Nile virus.
An interview with Dr. Ojikutu.
An interview with Dr. Bassler.
An interview with Dr. Finlay.
An interview with Dr. Walker.
Dr. Sawyers describes how he became interested in science during medical school, and offers advice to science students.
An interview with Chris Hittinger, a scientist in Dr. Carroll's lab.
Dr. Walsh recalls his childhood as one of eight siblings, discovering science in college, and the role of genomics in studying autism.
Dr. Schrag recalls his parallel interests in earth science and political science and how the two have merged over the years.
An interview with Dr. Kingsley.
An interview with Dr. Ganem.
An interview with Dr. Melton.
An interview with Dr. Adam Hantman, a post-doctoral student in Thomas Jessell's lab.
A brief interview with Dr. Meyer.
An interview with Dr. Vogelstein.
A brief interview with Dr. Page.
An interview with Dr. Kandel.