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Yale University

  • Dr. Morgan Levine, assistant professor of pathology at Yale University, tackles the science of aging and longevity in her book, True Age: Cutting-Edge Research to Help Turn Back the Clock.
  • On today's Cool Science Radio, Lynn Ware Peek and John Well's guests include:(1:12) Dr. Atul Malhotra, a professor in the Department of Medicine at UC San Diego School of Medicine and Laurent Martinot, CEO and co-founder of Sunrise, have teamed up to revolutionize the way we detect sleep apnea and other sleeping challenges.Then (30:33), Dr. Morgan Levine, assistant professor of pathology at Yale University, who tackles the science of aging and longevity in her book, True Age: Cutting-Edge Research to Help Turn Back the Clock.
  • On today's This Green Earth, we rewind the tapes to play some of our most favorite recent interviews! First is (01:11) author and historian Elena Conis on how dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane (DDT) was sold, mis-regulated and resold. Then, (28:30) Yale University lecturer Wake Smith on the hopes and hazards of climate intervention.
  • Today on This Green Earth, we speak with Yale University lecturer Wake Smith, who teaches a world-leading course on the topic of Climate Mitigation. The course syllabus forms the basis of his new book, Pandora's Toolbox: The Hopes and Hazards of Climate Intervention.In his book, Smith offers readers an accessible and authoritative introduction to both the hopes and hazards of some of humanity's most controversial technologies.
  • Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak are the hosts of This Green Earth. This week, (01:58) in celebration of International Dark Sky Week, Paul Ricketts, director of University of Utah's South Physics Observatory, will come on to speak about Utah's upcoming Dark Sky Week events, including telescope workshops and a Star party.Then, they will be speaking with (24:21) Yale University lecturer Wake Smith, who teaches a world-leading course on the topic of Climate Mitigation. The course syllabus forms the basis of his new book, Pandora's Toolbox: The Hopes and Hazards of Climate Intervention.
  • Yale School of Management Professor Zoe Chance discusses her new book “Influence is Your Superpower.”  Chance explores the science behind getting people to say yes.
  • On today's Mountain Money, (00:10) Yale School of Management Professor Zoe Chance discusses her new book “Influence is Your Superpower.”  Chance explores the science behind getting people to say yes. Then (22:35), Director of the Utah Refugee Services Office Asha Parekh helps us understand more about refugee resettlement efforts in Utah. (40:43) The final guest of the show is Tarik Sedky, founder of Mockly - the best alcohol-free ingredient to hit your cocktail shaker since the ice.
  • In the second half of today's This Green Earth, Nell and Chris talk about the concepts of Green Chemistry with Dr. Paul Anastas, a professor in the…