SciShow Psych: 3 Friendly Robots Improving Our Social Lives
SciShow Psych

You might think of robots as unfeeling, and maybe even kind of cold, but some robots are specifically programmed to help people improve their social skills and emotional health.

Science Rules! Whatever The Question, Data Has The Answer
Science Rules!

Neuroscientist Sam Wang is using giant datasets to help understand the way we think, the way we vote, and the way we focus our efforts to change the world.

Ologies: Philematology (KISSING) with Robin Dunbar
Ologies

One of the world’s most accomplished researchers on kissing, social behavior and relationships, Oxford University anthropologist Dr . Robin Dunbar, reluctantly agrees to be interviewed and explains how kissing may have evolved, how discos are research labs and friends are people you can invite yourself to have a beer with.

Ologies: Microbiology (GUT BIOME) with Dr. Elaine Hsiao
Ologies

Microbiologist Dr. Elaine Hsiao is a total badass who runs her own lab investigating the role of the gut biome in animal behaviors. She sat down to chat about anxiety, depression, elusive fecal transplants, autism, epilepsy, kombucha promises, autoimmune disorders, probiotics and more.

The Vaccine Makers Project: Vaccine Safety
The Vaccine Makers Project

Students work in small groups to research topics related to vaccine safety issues using criteria developed by the World Health Organization to evaluate the scientific basis for a vaccine safety concern.

The Vaccine Makers Project: Vaccine Safety
The Vaccine Makers Project

Students work in small groups to research topics related to vaccine safety issues using criteria developed by the World Health Organization to evaluate the scientific basis for a vaccine safety concern.