NC State's Audio Abstract https://news.ncsu.edu/ A podcast that explores both innovative research and the people behind it at NC State. We’ll feature short conversations about big advances and small ones, studies that may directly impact your life as well as fun quirky findings, and how and why researchers of all stripes do what they do. Tue, 23 Apr 2019 06:11:07 +0000 en-US © 2017 NC State University NC State University episodic NC State University newstips@ncsu.edu A podcast that explores both innovative research and the people behind it at NC State. We’ll feature short conversations about big advances and small ones, studies that may directly impact your life as well as fun quirky findings, and how and why researchers of all stripes do what they do. A podcast that explores both innovative research and the people behind it at NC State. We’ll feature short conversations about big advances and small ones, studies that may directly impact your life as well as fun quirky findings, and how and why researchers of all stripes do what they do. NC State University newstips@ncsu.edu clean No https://news.ncsu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/NC-State-Audio-Abstract.jpg NC State's Audio Abstract https://news.ncsu.edu/ https://wordpress.org/?v=5.1.1 Podcast: Bartonella https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/podcast-bartonella/ Mon, 01 Apr 2019 15:14:03 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=486914 bartonella,college of veterinary medicine,health and well being,infectious disease,podcast,research news Bartonella is a bacteria most commonly associated with cat scratch disease, which until recently was thought to be a short lived – or self limiting in medical lingo – infection. Bartonella isn’t new – doctors have known about cat scratch disease for almost a century. What is new is its increasing association with a wide variety of ailments, many of them chronic and some of them life-threatening. We talk with Ed Breitschwerdt, infectious disease specialist, doctor of veterinary medicine and Bartonella expert about what this bacteria can do and what researchers are trying to do about it.

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Bartonella is a bacteria most commonly associated with cat scratch disease, which until recently was thought to be a short lived – or self limiting in medical lingo – infection. Bartonella isn’t new – doctors have known about cat scratch disease for almost a century. What is new is its increasing association with a wide variety of ailments, many of them chronic and some of them life-threatening. We talk with Ed Breitschwerdt, infectious disease specialist, doctor of veterinary medicine and Bartonella expert about what this bacteria can do and what researchers are trying to do about it.

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Bartonella is a bacteria most commonly associated with cat scratch disease, which until recently was thought to be a short lived – or self limiting in medical lingo – infection. Bartonella isn’t new – doctors have known about cat scratch disease for almost a century. What is new is its increasing association with a wide variety of ailments, many of them chronic and some of them life-threatening. We talk with Ed Breitschwerdt, infectious disease specialist, doctor of veterinary medicine and Bartonella expert about what this bacteria can do and what researchers are trying to do about it.

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clean No no no 21:38 Tracey Peake
Podcast: Bringing the Middle Ages into the Digital Age https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/medieval-dna/ Tue, 05 Mar 2019 21:25:33 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=485758 college of humanities and social sciences,DNA,podcast,research news,the work Tim Stinson is bringing the Middle Ages into the digital age by looking for DNA on medieval manuscript pages.

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Tim Stinson is bringing the Middle Ages into the digital age by looking for DNA on medieval manuscript pages.

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Tim Stinson is bringing the Middle Ages into the digital age by looking for DNA on medieval manuscript pages.

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clean No no no 13:49 Tracey Peake
Podcast: Physics at Zero Gravity https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/physics-at-zero-gravity/ Thu, 07 Feb 2019 17:36:32 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=484546 college of sciences,faculty and staff,podcast,research,Students,think and do,undergraduate research Physicist Karen Daniels and her students rode the “vomit comet” to test their theories about how best to land spacecraft on asteroids.

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Physicist Karen Daniels and her students rode the “vomit comet” to test their theories about how best to land spacecraft on asteroids.

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Physicist Karen Daniels and her students rode the “vomit comet” to test their theories about how best to land spacecraft on asteroids.

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clean No no no 15:11 Tracey Peake
Podcast: The GenX Exposure Study https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/the-genx-exposure-study/ Wed, 16 Jan 2019 15:55:47 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=481392 college of sciences,health and well being,podcast,research news In this episode, Jane Hoppin, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Deputy Director of NC State’s Center for Human Health and the Environment, talks about the GenX Exposure Study. The study is designed to assess whether GenX and related chemicals are detectable in the bodies of Wilmington area residents. 

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In this episode, Jane Hoppin, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Deputy Director of NC State’s Center for Human Health and the Environment, talks about the GenX Exposure Study. The study is designed to assess whether GenX and related chemicals are detectable in the bodies of Wilmington area residents. 

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In this episode, Jane Hoppin, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Deputy Director of NC State’s Center for Human Health and the Environment, talks about the GenX Exposure Study. The study is designed to assess whether GenX and related chemicals are detectable in the bodies of Wilmington area residents. 

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clean No no no 9:41 Tracey Peake
Podcast: Pet Safety for the Holidays https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/pet-safety-for-the-holidays/ Tue, 04 Dec 2018 17:27:46 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=479826 ARCHIVE-The Abstract,college of veterinary medicine,health,holidays,pets,podcast Brenda Stevens from the College of Veterinary Medicine has tips for keeping pets safe and healthy during holiday celebrations.

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Brenda Stevens from the College of Veterinary Medicine has tips for keeping pets safe and healthy during holiday celebrations.

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Brenda Stevens from the College of Veterinary Medicine has tips for keeping pets safe and healthy during holiday celebrations.

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clean No no no 10:59 Tracey Peake
Podcast: Living in Wild Suburbia https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/living-in-wild-suburbia/ Wed, 31 Oct 2018 17:59:05 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=479162 ARCHIVE-The Abstract,college of natural resources,research news,Students,think and do Our idea of idyllic suburban living doesn’t necessarily feature bobcats, but it turns out suburbia is a little bit wilder than we thought. We talk citizen science and wild suburbia with Arielle Parsons, a graduate student here at NC State and a researcher at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.

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Our idea of idyllic suburban living doesn’t necessarily feature bobcats, but it turns out suburbia is a little bit wilder than we thought. We talk citizen science and wild suburbia with Arielle Parsons, a graduate student here at NC State and a researcher at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.

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Our idea of idyllic suburban living doesn’t necessarily feature bobcats, but it turns out suburbia is a little bit wilder than we thought. We talk citizen science and wild suburbia with Arielle Parsons, a graduate student here at NC State and a researcher at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.

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clean No no no 23:39 Tracey Peake
Podcast: Brains! https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/brains/ Wed, 03 Oct 2018 15:55:45 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=478451 ARCHIVE-The Abstract,biology,brain,college of sciences,podcast In this October episode we’re chatting about brains; specifically, about conditions caused by disruption in the brain’s normal function. Learn about Phineas Gage, who survived a metal rod being shot through his skull, as well as syndromes like face blindness, hemifield neglect and phantom limb. Our guests are biology graduate student Jaime Willett and postdoctoral research scholar Amanda Krentzel.

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In this October episode we’re chatting about brains; specifically, about conditions caused by disruption in the brain’s normal function. Learn about Phineas Gage, who survived a metal rod being shot through his skull, as well as syndromes like face blindness, hemifield neglect and phantom limb. Our guests are biology graduate student Jaime Willett and postdoctoral research scholar Amanda Krentzel.

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In this October episode we’re chatting about brains; specifically, about conditions caused by disruption in the brain’s normal function. Learn about Phineas Gage, who survived a metal rod being shot through his skull, as well as syndromes like face blindness, hemifield neglect and phantom limb. Our guests are biology graduate student Jaime Willett and postdoctoral research scholar Amanda Krentzel.

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clean No no no 29:07 Tracey Peake
Podcast: Math in Motion https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/math-in-motion/ Tue, 04 Sep 2018 15:20:55 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=477999 college of sciences,faculty and staff,the people,the work Mathematician Tye Lidman and dancer Michelle Pearson are working together to make two disciplines that people find difficult – math and dance – accessible to a broader audience. Listen as they talk about what they learned from each other during the two-year project. Their collaboration, entitled, “Applied Dance + Inspired Math,” will be performed Sept. 22-23 at NC State’s Stewart Theatre.

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Mathematician Tye Lidman and dancer Michelle Pearson are working together to make two disciplines that people find difficult – math and dance – accessible to a broader audience. Listen as they talk about what they learned from each other during the two-year project. Their collaboration, entitled, “Applied Dance + Inspired Math,” will be performed Sept. 22-23 at NC State’s Stewart Theatre.

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Mathematician Tye Lidman and dancer Michelle Pearson are working together to make two disciplines that people find difficult – math and dance – accessible to a broader audience. Listen as they talk about what they learned from each other during the two-year project. Their collaboration, entitled, “Applied Dance + Inspired Math,” will be performed Sept. 22-23 at NC State’s Stewart Theatre.

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clean No no no 13:12 Tracey Peake
The Beer Episode https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/the-beer-episode/ Wed, 01 Aug 2018 18:04:21 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=477334 ARCHIVE-The Abstract,college of agriculture and life sciences,faculty and staff,the people,the work,think and do In this episode of Audio Abstract, we talk beer brewing with John Sheppard, director of the NC State brewery (yes, we have a brewery here). Sheppard discusses exotic yeast species, sour beer, and shares his thoughts on craft brewing in North Carolina.

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In this episode of Audio Abstract, we talk beer brewing with John Sheppard, director of the NC State brewery (yes, we have a brewery here). Sheppard discusses exotic yeast species, sour beer, and shares his thoughts on craft brewing in North Carolina.

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In this episode of Audio Abstract, we talk beer brewing with John Sheppard, director of the NC State brewery (yes, we have a brewery here). Sheppard discusses exotic yeast species, sour beer, and shares his thoughts on craft brewing in North Carolina.

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clean No no no 19:36 Tracey Peake
Podcast: Pesticide Resistance Arms Race https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/gould-resistance-arms-race/ Fri, 29 Jun 2018 18:37:46 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=476931 ARCHIVE-The Abstract,college of agriculture and life sciences,faculty and staff,research news In this episode we talk with Fred Gould, William Neal Reynolds Professor of Agriculture and Life Sciences, about the rising rates of herbicide and pesticide resistance, the current state of the resistance arms race and what we need to do in the future to protect our crops and human health from resistant pests.

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In this episode we talk with Fred Gould, William Neal Reynolds Professor of Agriculture and Life Sciences, about the rising rates of herbicide and pesticide resistance, the current state of the resistance arms race and what we need to do in the future to protect our crops and human health from resistant pests.

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In this episode we talk with Fred Gould, William Neal Reynolds Professor of Agriculture and Life Sciences, about the rising rates of herbicide and pesticide resistance, the current state of the resistance arms race and what we need to do in the future to protect our crops and human health from resistant pests.

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clean No no no 15:02 Tracey Peake
Podcast: You’re Only As Old As You Feel – Sort Of https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/neupert-aging-perception/ Fri, 01 Jun 2018 16:07:38 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=476399 ARCHIVE-The Abstract,college of humanities and social sciences,health and well-being,podcast,research news How we feel about aging can affect us psychologically and physically. In this episode of Audio Abstract we talk about our perceptions of and attitudes toward aging with Shevaun Neupert, associate professor of psychology at NC State.

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How we feel about aging can affect us psychologically and physically. In this episode of Audio Abstract we talk about our perceptions of and attitudes toward aging with Shevaun Neupert, associate professor of psychology at NC State.

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How we feel about aging can affect us psychologically and physically. In this episode of Audio Abstract we talk about our perceptions of and attitudes toward aging with Shevaun Neupert, associate professor of psychology at NC State.

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clean No no no 12:58 Tracey Peake
Podcast: Talking Termites https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/talking-termites/ Tue, 01 May 2018 14:32:44 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=475465 ARCHIVE-The Abstract,college of agriculture and life sciences,podcast,research news Coby Schal is the Blanton J. Whitmire Distinguished Professor of Entomology at NC State. On this episode of NC State’s Audio Abstract we’re going to talk termites – what we know about them and how new research into their pheromones could help us keep them away from our homes.

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Coby Schal is the Blanton J. Whitmire Distinguished Professor of Entomology at NC State. On this episode of NC State’s Audio Abstract we’re going to talk termites – what we know about them and how new research into their pheromones could help us keep them away from our homes.

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Coby Schal is the Blanton J. Whitmire Distinguished Professor of Entomology at NC State. On this episode of NC State’s Audio Abstract we’re going to talk termites – what we know about them and how new research into their pheromones could help us keep them away from our homes.

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clean No no no 19:11 Tracey Peake
Podcast: Molecular Paleontology https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/molecular-paleontology/ Thu, 19 Apr 2018 20:25:20 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=475274 ARCHIVE-The Abstract,podcast,research news,the people,the work,think and do For NC State paleontologist Mary Schweitzer, an accidental discovery – and an open mind – led to a new field of paleontology. Schweitzer talks about the emerging field of molecular paleo – what it is and what it can tell us.

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For NC State paleontologist Mary Schweitzer, an accidental discovery – and an open mind – led to a new field of paleontology. Schweitzer talks about the emerging field of molecular paleo – what it is and what it can tell us.

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For NC State paleontologist Mary Schweitzer, an accidental discovery – and an open mind – led to a new field of paleontology. Schweitzer talks about the emerging field of molecular paleo – what it is and what it can tell us.

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clean No no no 7:04 Tracey Peake
Podcast: Gerontology and Companion Animals https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/animal-gerontology/ Tue, 27 Mar 2018 18:58:05 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=474731 college of veterinary medicine,podcast In this episode of  Audio Abstract, Natasha Olby, the Dr. Kady M. Gjessing and Rahna M. Davidson Distinguished Chair in Gerontology at NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine, talks about the emerging field of gerontology in companion animal medicine.

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In this episode of  Audio Abstract, Natasha Olby, the Dr. Kady M. Gjessing and Rahna M. Davidson Distinguished Chair in Gerontology at NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine, talks about the emerging field of gerontology in companion animal medicine.

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In this episode of  Audio Abstract, Natasha Olby, the Dr. Kady M. Gjessing and Rahna M. Davidson Distinguished Chair in Gerontology at NC State’s College of Veterinary Medicine, talks about the emerging field of gerontology in companion animal medicine.

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clean No no no 6:38 Tracey Peake
Podcast: ‘Barf-proofing’ the Holidays, Part 2 https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/barf-proofing-part-two/ Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:47:45 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=472579 college of agriculture and life sciences,frontpage,health and well-being,podcast In this two-part episode of Audio Abstract, NC State food safety extension specialist Ben Chapman helps us “barf-proof” the holidays. In part two we discuss side dishes, desserts and storing leftovers.

Part one can be found here: https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/barf-proofing-part-one/

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In this two-part episode of Audio Abstract, NC State food safety extension specialist Ben Chapman helps us “barf-proof” the holidays. In part two we discuss side dishes, desserts and storing leftovers.

Part one can be found here: https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/barf-proofing-part-one/

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In this two-part episode of Audio Abstract, NC State food safety extension specialist Ben Chapman helps us “barf-proof” the holidays. In part two we discuss side dishes, desserts and storing leftovers.

Part one can be found here: https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/barf-proofing-part-one/

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clean No no no 12:20 Tracey Peake
Podcast: ‘Barf-proofing’ the Holidays, Part 1 https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/barf-proofing-part-one/ Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:47:20 +0000 Tracey Peake https://news.ncsu.edu/?post_type=podcast&p=472576 college of agriculture and life sciences,frontpage,health and well-being,homepage news,podcast In this two-part episode of Audio Abstract, NC State food safety extension specialist Ben Chapman helps us “barf-proof” the holidays. In part one we talk turkey – literally – with best practices for cooking your bird.

Part 2 can be found here: https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/barf-proofing-part-two/

 

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In this two-part episode of Audio Abstract, NC State food safety extension specialist Ben Chapman helps us “barf-proof” the holidays. In part one we talk turkey – literally – with best practices for cooking your bird.

Part 2 can be found here: https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/barf-proofing-part-two/

 

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In this two-part episode of Audio Abstract, NC State food safety extension specialist Ben Chapman helps us “barf-proof” the holidays. In part one we talk turkey – literally – with best practices for cooking your bird.

Part 2 can be found here: https://news.ncsu.edu/podcast/barf-proofing-part-two/

 

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clean No no no 11:35 Tracey Peake