Episodes

Pavlov’s pea plants

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This week, we’re talking about plant intelligence and whether or not a pea plant can be conditioned like a dog. … Read more

Not red means not recording

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There is an important part in recording a podcast and that is hitting the record button. As one of us missed that crucial input for this week’s episode, the sound is a bit… not great. Don’t worry though, the stories we tell are making up ten-fold for the lack audio quality. We talk about how scientists developed a way to use soap bubbles to pollinate plants! … Read more

WEIRD, STRANGE, CRINGE

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First things first: Black Lives Matter. After a short break, we’re back with a new episode, we first address the issue at hand of police brutality against people of colour and what it means to us as white plant scientists. To provide a little diversion from the horrors of the current situation of the world, we also talk about our favourite science and plant related fun facts.… Read more

Tomato Body Horror

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We’re back. We were never really gone. We had just hurt our individual faces and now they’re in good enough shape to drag them in front of the microphones. This week, we talk about coffee, rat spines and glow-in-the-dark plants. Keep your faces intact and enjoy!… Read more

The study of ducks

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Grab your top hat and ball gown, it is time to get fancy! This week, we dress up and talk about favourite plants, great scientists and all sorts of things that moved us in the last week. … Read more