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UnDisciplined: March Science News Round-up

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This week on UnDisciplined, we're gathering the gang for another science news round-up. 

As we talk about some of the biggest stories in science over the past few weeks, we'll be joined by a biomedical researcher, a wildland ecologist and an experimental psychologist. 

This month, we'll talk about blowing up asteroids, dimming the sky to combat global warming,  and how birth order shapes personalities — or doesn't. 

Joining us from the University of Colorado is Rachael Kaspar, an evolutionary biologist and biomedical researcher. 

We also talked with Paul Rogers, a wildland ecologist at Utah State University, and Angie Fagerlin, an experimental psychologist at the University of Utah.