UnDisciplined: Science News Roundup - October 2019
It's the October science news roundup! This month, we're talking about the little tiny monsters of the present, the really big monsters of the past, the really scary things people do on Earth, and the even scarier stuff out there in outer space.
We're joined this month by Sheena McFarland, science enthusiast and director of marketing and communication at the University of Utah's David Eccles School of Business; Lisa Aspinwall, a social psychologist and the University of Utah whose research focuses on the ways people plan, control, and revise their actions related to disease risk and chronic illness; and Oné R. Pagan, science writer and professor of biology at West Chester University in Pennsylvania.
Links to the science news stories we discussed this month: