UnDisciplined: Science News Roundup - June 2019
This week on UnDisciplined, we've gathered two of our favorite fellow science geeks to talk about the headlines that caught our eyes in June — and a few we wish would have gotten more attention.
We'll talk about how dogs evolved, what cats do when we're not looking, why NASA is going to start selling tickets to space, what cities we should save from climate change, and why it's way past time to say goodbye to all-male science panels.
Joining us this week, and making her UnDisciplined debut, is Utah Public Radio's Ashley Rohde. She is a PhD. student in the Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University, and a science reporter at UPR.
Also joining us this week, from Boulder, Colo., is Danielle Lemmon. She's a doctoral candidate studying the diversity of El Niño events who last joined us earlier this month to talk about her research.