In 2005, Celeste Watkins-Hayes began interviewing women with HIV. For this week's podcast we spoke with Dr. Watkins-Hayes about her surprising research.
Our deep dive with a pyrotechnics expert to get you amped up for the Fourth.
We dig deep with Steven A. Cook on the Istanbul election re-rerun and why it could cause an explosion in Turkish politics.
Old age: how should we think about it? Geriatrician and writer Louise Aronson talks about her upcoming book Elderhood and what makes our later years good.
Uncertainty defines our era. For this week's podcast we spoke with a mathematician about how to understand the rules that govern it.
Violence. Sanctions. An economic death spiral. How is Nicolas Maduro hanging on and what will he do next? We asked Venezuela expert Harold Trinkunas.
Paul Cézanne's Boulloire et Fruits just sold for $60 million. This week's podcast examines the painting's amazing backstory.
For this week's podcast, we spoke to the author of the forthcoming Lithium: A Doctor, a Drug, and a Breakthrough, about the history of this amazing metal.
Counter-terrorism expert Daveed Gartenstein-Ross talks about how we should see the Easter attacks in their broader geopolitical context and what comes next for ISIS.
How should a scientist act? For this week's podcast, we spoke with Lee McIntrye, author of The Scientific Attitude, about fighting anti-science forces.