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Jan 17, 2022

On this episode we discuss the incredible efforts of East Tennesseans and the inhabitants of the former “Secret City” during the Manhattan Project, World War Two, and beyond. Dewaine Speaks, and Ray Smith, they are long time associates, both authors and historians on their own. In this discussion we dive into...

Jan 10, 2022

After studying engineering at Cambridge University, Paul Sen became an award-winning television and film producer of science programs such as Triumph of the Nerds and Gravity and Me.  He is the author of Einstein’s Fridge:  How the Difference Between Hot and Cold Explains the Universe

Jan 3, 2022

Associate Professor at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville, Department of Microbiology College of Arts & Sciences. Dr. Lloyds Deep Subsurface biosphere research is vital to determining where and how subsurface microorganisms existconsume and produce energy on the fringes of survivability. 

Dec 27, 2021

Professor and Mellon Chair in History of Art, Science, and Folk Practice at the Warburg Institute, John Tresch is the author of The Reason for the Darkness of the Night Edgar Allan Poe and the Forging of American Science. This book peels back the curtains on Poe’s life as someone whose life has been surrounded and...

Dec 20, 2021

Author of Math Geek: From Klein Bottles to Chaos Theory, a Guide to the Nerdiest Math Facts, Theorems, and Equations, Rosen is a science communications associate at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory and was inspired to write while working at the San Francisco Exploratorium.