Introducing the Science Life Podcast

Science Life is evolving, as science writer and multimedia producer extraordinaire Kevin Jiang launches a new monthly podcast to highlight research at the University of Chicago Medicine and Biological Sciences.

In this inaugural episode, we’re resurrecting 500 million year old proteins with Joe Thornton, professor of human genetics and evolution and ecology; Characterizing the first “bifunctional” gene found in humans, with Chris Gomez, professor and chair of the Department of Neurology; and solving the mystery of the inactive potassium channel with Benoit Roux, professor of biochemistry and microbiology.

How do I listen?

The podcast is hosted on SoundCloud, a popular service for sharing audio online. The easiest way is to just click on the episode above and listen to it in your browser. We’ll post an update on the blog for each new episode, and you can browse the archives here. But since most of us listen to podcasts on the go, you can also download the SoundCloud app for both Apple and Android devices. Then, search for “sciencelife” and follow us to receive notifications each month when we post a new episode. We’re also working on getting the podcast on iTunes, so stay tuned.

About Matt Wood (531 Articles)
Matt Wood is a senior science writer and manager of communications at the University of Chicago Medicine & Biological Sciences Division.
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