There is an important part in recording a podcast and that is hitting the record button. As one of us missed that crucial input for this week’s episode, the sound is a bit… not great. Don’t worry though, the stories we tell are making up ten-fold for the lack audio quality. We talk about how scientists developed a way to use soap bubbles to pollinate plants!
Paper of the week
Xi Yang and Eijiro Miyako, Soap Bubble Pollination, iScience, 2020
- The SPPS PhD Student Conference 2020 has been moved online!
- Petamorphosis I
- Petamorphosis II
- Charles Dicken’s omen
- Mowing once a month can greatly boost the number of insects on a lawn
- Follow up on potted plants in opera house
- Consumer acceptance of novel foods
- Are trees making wind as well as rain? A controversial theory mixed with inherent cultural differences leads to a standoff between Russian physicists and Western climate modelers
- Corona misinformation and how scientists help to fight it
- Black women scientists missing from textbooks, study shows
- Gas leak turns out to be a Durian
If you have more questions, send them our way!
Our opening and closing music is Caravana by Phillip Gross
Until next time!