0202: Science Writer Emily Anthes
Science writer Emily Anthes talks about her latest book The Great Indoors: The Surprising Science of How Buildings Shape Our Behavior, Health, and Happiness and the 2014 release Frankenstein’s Cat: Cuddling Up to Biotech's Brave New Beasts, both of which are available on Amazon. If you use Amazon Smile, please select Rosie Fund as your charity. After tackling science, research, and journalism, Emily and I move on to a fascinating discussion of how dogs impact our environment and some medical advances for animals.
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Music for this episode is provided by alternative string duo, The Wires. Visit them at TheWires.info. Learn fiddle and cello-fiddle online — even if you've never played before — from Laurel Morgan Parks and Sascha Groshang at FiddleLife.com. Also, you're running out of time to ask them about their Valentine’s specials that include a professionally arranged and recorded love song of your choice for your sweetheart.
The transcript for this episode is available on the Dog Words Buzzsprout page: Buzzsprout.com/840565.