Ice Age Survivors, Micro Knots, Octopus Farm
Today you’ll learn about what long lost genomes from the last ice age teach us about ancient hunter-gatherers, how a covid-era obsession helped make a resilient new material, and a proposal to create something very controversial: the world’s first octopus farm.
Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/ice-age-survivors-micro-knots-octopus-farm
Ice Age Survivors
- “Ice age survivors” by Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
- “Large-scale genomic analysis documents migrations of Ice Age hunter-gatherers” by UNM Newsroom
- “Knots smaller than human hair make materials unusually tough” by Robert Perkins
- “Knots are not for naught: Design, properties, and topology of hierarchical intertwined microarchitected materials” by WIDIANTO P. MOESTOPO et al.
- “World's first octopus farm proposals alarm scientists” by Claire Marshall
- “The world's first octopus farm - should it go ahead?” by Claire Marshall
- “Live chilling of turbot and subsequent effect on behaviour, muscle stiffness, muscle quality, blood gases and chemistry” by B Roth, AK Imsland and A Foss
- “Nitrogen and Water” By Water Science School
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