UnDisciplined: The Anthropological Archaeologist And The Quantitative Ecologist
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Research done at Washington State University suggests tobacco may have been introduced to the interior Northwest of North America almost 1,200 years earlier than previously thought.
Shannon Tushingham / Washington State University
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Shannon Tushingham is a researcher and assistant professor of anthropology at Washington State University.
Washington State University
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New research offers a startling prediction about the potential climate effects of widespread adoption of bitcoin as a currencly alternative.
Reuters / Benoit Tessier
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Erik Franklin is an assistant researcher at the Hawai'i Institute of Marine Biology.
Hawai'i Institute of Marine Biology
This week on UnDisciplined, we talked to a researcher whose discoveries have changed the way we understand the history of tobacco in North America. Then we chatted with a scientist who is trying to change the way we think about cryptocurrencies.
Producer Alyssa Roberts hosts this episode, in which we were joined by Shannon Tushingham of Washington State University and Erik Franklin of The Institute of Marine Biology in Hawaii.