Kathryn Hanley joins TWiV to discuss her career and the research in her laboratory on the molecular biology, evolution and ecology of emerging RNA viruses and their insect vectors.
Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Rich Condit, and Kathy Spindler
Guest: Kathryn Hanley
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- Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks!
Weekly Picks 1:33:11
Kathy – Car Talk Puzzler Archive
Rich – The Molecular Biologist Who Exposed the Soviet Union” by Sean B. Carroll
Vincent – NYU Chemistry prof fired because his course was too difficult
Jack – The Everything Virus
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There is one prominent microbiologist, Sean B. Carroll. He has changed his emphasis to focus on science education and environmental concerns. The other Sean Carroll is an astronomer, equally well-respected in his field.