Feb 26, 2020
Each of us lives in a physical place with homes and gathering places and natural landmarks yet we also can be distracted by communication technology. How can noticing where you live affect your understanding of weather and science? On this episode, we talk with an innovative team of researchers and partners from the...
Feb 19, 2020
We can now save lives through organ implants but that possibility doesn’t benefit everyone equally. On this episode, we talk with Dr. Ebony Boulware of Duke University's School of Medicine about the ways that social and geographic dimensions of patients’ lives can constraint their medical options and interactions.
Feb 12, 2020
Most of us have individual preferences for the fonts we use for documents and signs, but do those preferences reflect anything other than an aesthetic sense? Could it be that other people are making judgments about us and our ideas based on the font choices we make?
On this episode, we talk with Katherine Haenschen...