September 18, 2019
When we discuss foreign animal diseases, we usually think of mammals, with the occasional bird outbreak. But, in the field of veterinary medicine, we treat all species.
September 11, 2019
Let's take a quick look into what p-values are and most importantly, what they can and cannot tell us. P-values help guide us on the path, make sure it truly the path you wish to go down. A must-listen for anyone reading scientific journals.
September 4, 2019
Vacation season draws to a close. School will soon start back. Many people enjoyed a relaxing getaway, and perhaps stayed in a nice hotel. In the recent outbreak of pneumonia in Atlanta, Georgia, we are reminded that occasionally people come home from vacation with more than a tan and some great memories.
August 28, 2019
After this podcast, you will want all of your DNA served with a light crop dusting as well! Learn about one of nature's ingenious safety mechanisms regarding DNA. It is fun and no fart sounds, we promise. ;)
August 21, 2019
As one of Batman's enemies, Poison Ivy portrays an educational analogy on Cell Mediated Immunity (CMI), hapten toxins, and Type IV Hypersensitivity. Learn where Batman fits into this picture and much, much more.
August 14, 2019
Algae live everywhere and are often harmless. However, some cause severe disease in unsuspecting swimmers, anglers, and pescatarians.
August 7, 2019
Most horse owners know to check their hay for quality, but do you also know to check for little striped, beetles?
August 2, 2019
Every civilization depends on clean drinking water. Do you know the steps required for treating drinking water and wastewater?
July 26, 2019
Imagine a beautiful summer evening. You are sitting in your chair, listening to the birds and watching deer move in. Such a peaceful, serene, relaxing evening. Now, imagine the same idyllic scene with no deer.
July 10, 2019
There are hundreds of species of malaria. How many infect people? How many will it kill? How can Nietzsche help us? Learn all of this and more in the third installment of malaria vaccines!