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What happened ‘This Week in Science’??? Find out in this Episode 817 with TWIS – the This Week in Science Podcast! We have a lot of science news to talk about…

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[For Story Links, please see our TWIS website for show notes — https://www.twis.org/24-march-2021-episode-817-lets-talk-science/.]

(0:00) – Recording Start
(3:33) – Flubbed Intro — WHOOPS!, Dr. Kiki
(3:48) – REAL Intro, Dr. Kiki
(4:12) – Disclaimer! Disclaimer! Disclaimer! – Justin
(7:09) – Opening Theme Music, Dr. Kiki
(7:43) – Opening “Good Science!” Greetings – with Dr. Kiki, Blair & Justin. Intros & Top Story Headlines.

(11:06) – Quick Science Bytes! —

(11:11) – Tiny currents may impact vital ocean food source, Dr. Kiki
See also – Climate change has reduced ocean mixing far more than expected
(17:50) – Labor-friendly laws promote local economic growth, Justin
(24:55) – Corals may need their predators’ poop, Blair
(30:47) – First-ever vaccine for malignant brain tumors reported safe, effective in early trial, Dr. Kiki
(35:24) – New evidence in search for the mysterious Denisovans, Justin
(47:24) – Vaccination strategies against COVID-19 and the diffusion of anti-vaccination views, Dr. Kiki

(59:06) – Announcement: The DTNS/TWIS Mash-Up Show, Saturday, April 17, 2021 @ 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET

(1:00:39) – Blair’s Animal Corner
(1:00:55) – Blair’s Animal Corner Theme
(1:01:20) – Honeybees find their queen by carrying out a cascade of scenting behaviors, Blair
(1:06:47) – Female wild bonobos provide care for infants outside their social group, Blair

(1:15:00) – And we’re at the break!

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(1:15:54) – More Science News —

(1:15:56) – Pilot study finds evidence of bartonella infection in schizophrenia patients, Justin
(1:22:34) – Bronze Age mining sites received deliveries of pre-processed foods, Justin
(1:27:16) – False Memories Can Be Reversed, Dr. Kiki
(1:35:31) – Scientists discover how humans develop larger brains than other apes, Dr. Kiki

(1:42:16) – Show wrap-up (a SUPER WEDNESDAY of Science!)

(1:44:36) – Thank you’s to our Patreon Sponsors

(1:45:51) – REMINDER: The DTNS/TWIS Mash-Up Show, Saturday, April 17, 2021 @ 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET

(1:46:08) – NEXT WEEK: An Interview with Michelle Nijhuis about her new book, “Beloved Beasts.” (https://michellenijhuis.com/, Twitter: @nijhuism)

(1:48:11) – End Theme

And that’s all, folks! Except, we still have…

(1:51:33) – The After Show! — a movie slate clap! Blair makes an impulse purchase online. It’s the best sort of buying. It’s a “The Tick” satirical super hero purchase. Spoon! And much, much more…

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