Sinopsis

Our goal is to bring evidence-based science stories and angles on science specifically of interest to the female-gendered audience. That audience might be XY or XXY or XYY or XO or XX and that gender might vary from day to day, but all are welcome here. Biology doesn't offer a shorthand for "female gender," but if you're feeling XX-y with or without a double X, we've got science for you.

Episodios

  • Microbiomes, Holidays, and Ladies Present Science

    Microbiomes, Holidays, and Ladies Present Science

    22/12/2013 Duración: 18min

    Welcome to Double X Science for December 7, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Jeffrey Perkel, tech editor. Our topics cover posts since out last podcast: 2013 Holiday Shopping for the XX Science in Your Life http://www.doublexscience.org/2013-holiday-shopping-xx-science-life/ 8 years ago I aborted twins, maybe http://www.doublexscience.org/8-years-ago-aborted-twins/ Manicure Monday features hands-on science http://www.doublexscience.org/manicure-monday/ Ladies? It gets better http://www.doublexscience.org/ladies-gets-better/   Double X Science, Jr. posts: Please contact Adrienne at doublexsciencejr@gmail.com to submit posts for the DXS Jr site. News of the week was Researchers Characterize Microbiomes of Fecal Microbiota Transplant Patients Over Time. The article discussed in the podcast is:http://www.genomeweb.com//node/1316351 Please visit http://doublexscience.podomatic.com/ for more information. Thank you for listening. Please subscribe via iTunes (https://itun

  • Vaccine-a-palooza Part 2

    Vaccine-a-palooza Part 2

    07/11/2013 Duración: 23min

    Welcome to Double X Science for November 1, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Chris Gunter, science ed editor. This podcast is split into two episodes due to the length of discussion on our topics. Our introductory discussion is about Tara Haelle's post 25 myths about the flu vaccine debunked http://www.redwineandapplesauce.com/2013/10/28/setting-the-record-straight-dubunking-all-the-flu-vaccine-myths/ http://www.doublexscience.org/setting-record-straight-debunking-25-myths-flu-vaccine/ Double X Science posts since our last podcast: Why I Am the Perfect Mother by Emily Willingham http://www.doublexscience.org/why-i-am-the-perfect-mother/ Parallel Earth and the Evil Matthew Hypothesis by Matthew Frances http://www.doublexscience.org/parallel_earth_evil_matthew/ The Girls of Atomic City by Chris Gunter http://www.doublexscience.org/girls-atomic-city/ Cosmic Coincidence and a Potato Eclipse by Matthew Frances http://www.doublexscience.org/cosmic-coincidence-and-a-potat

  • Vaccine-a-palooza Part 1

    Vaccine-a-palooza Part 1

    04/11/2013 Duración: 23min

    Welcome to Double X Science for November 1, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Chris Gunter, science ed editor. This podcast is split into two episodes due to the length of discussion on our topics. Our introductory discussion is about Tara Haelle's post 25 myths about the flu vaccine debunked http://www.redwineandapplesauce.com/2013/10/28/setting-the-record-straight-dubunking-all-the-flu-vaccine-myths/ http://www.doublexscience.org/setting-record-straight-debunking-25-myths-flu-vaccine/ Double X Science posts since our last podcast: Why I Am the Perfect Mother by Emily Willingham http://www.doublexscience.org/why-i-am-the-perfect-mother/ Parallel Earth and the Evil Matthew Hypothesis by Matthew Frances http://www.doublexscience.org/parallel_earth_evil_matthew/ The Girls of Atomic City by Chris Gunter http://www.doublexscience.org/girls-atomic-city/ Cosmic Coincidence and a Potato Eclipse by Matthew Frances http://www.doublexscience.org/cosmic-coincidence-and-a-potat

  • Beyond the Post: Book Reviews with Matthew Francis

    Beyond the Post: Book Reviews with Matthew Francis

    11/09/2013 Duración: 17min

    Title: Beyond the Post: Book Reviews with Matthew Francis Welcome to Double X Science for September 10, 2013. Today's host is Double X Science chemistry editor, Adrienne Roehrich, speaking with physics editor Matthew Francis about the four book reviews he has shared at Double X Science in 2013. Articles discussed during the interview include: Gulp http://www.doublexscience.org/a-tour-of-digestion-from-nose-to-um-tail/ My Beloved Brontosaurus http://www.doublexscience.org/a-brontosaurus-for-you/ Thank you for listening. Please subscribe via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/double-x-science/id604770613) or your favorite pod catcher (http://feeds.feedburner.com/doublexscience). Please leave us positive ratings and reviews to bring science to more people.

  • Beyond the Post: Book Reviews with Matthew Francis

    Beyond the Post: Book Reviews with Matthew Francis

    02/09/2013 Duración: 18min

    Title: Beyond the Post: Book Reviews with Matthew Francis Welcome to Double X Science for August 30, 2013. Today's host is Double X Science chemistry editor, Adrienne Roehrich, speaking with physics editor Matthew Francis about the four book reviews he has shared at Double X Science in 2013. Articles discussed during the interview include: A Tour of Physics: Angry Bird Style http://www.doublexscience.org/a-tour-of-physics-angry-birds-style/ Paloefantasies http://www.doublexscience.org/paleofantasies-are-trumped-by-scientific-realities/ Thank you for listening. Please subscribe via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/double-x-science/id604770613) or your favorite pod catcher (http://feeds.feedburner.com/doublexscience). Please leave us positive ratings and reviews to bring science to more people.

  • Dietary Supplements, Head Lice, and HeLa Cell Gemone

    Dietary Supplements, Head Lice, and HeLa Cell Gemone

    11/08/2013 Duración: 32min

    Title: Dietary Supplements, Head Lice, and HeLa Cell Genome Welcome to Double X Science for August 9, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Chris Gunter, science ed editor. Our topics cover posts since out last podcast: The gummy deficiency http://www.doublexscience.org/the-gummy-deficiency/ Scientific Realities Trump Paleofantasy http://www.doublexscience.org/paleofantasies-are-trumped-by-scientific-realities/ The gift of depression and mood disorder http://www.doublexscience.org/the-gift-of-depression-and-mood-disorder/ Back to School Fact-check: Head Lice http://www.doublexscience.org/back-to-school-fact-check-head-lice/ Smoke signals cancer’s edges in surgery http://www.doublexscience.org/iknife-excises-uncertainty-in-tumor-resection/ Double X Science, Jr. posts: Professor Elizabeth H. Blackburn http://doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com/2013/07/professor-elizabeth-h-blackburn.html Laser Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation http://doublexsciencejr.

  • Genetics, Scientists, and Julia Parrish

    Genetics, Scientists, and Julia Parrish

    21/07/2013 Duración: 21min

    Welcome to Double X Science for July 19, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Jeanne Garbarino, biology editor. Our topics cover posts since the end of June: Armchair genetics from Jamestown to Scott Brown http://www.doublexscience.org/armchair-genetics-from-jamestown-to-scott-brown/ Between neurohype and neuroskepticism http://www.doublexscience.org/between-neurohype-and-neuroskepticism/ (Covered in an interview with Bethany in a Beyond the Post July 15, 2013) On call http://www.doublexscience.org/on-call/ Maternal abortion history no longer a risk for preterm birth http://www.doublexscience.org/maternal-abortion-history-no-longer-a-risk-for-preterm-birth/ Double X Science, Jr. posts: Biography of Rosalind Franklin http://doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com/2013/07/biology-of-rosalind-franklin.html Henrietta Leavitt http://doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com/2013/07/henrietta-leavitt.html Reading Words on a Screen vs. on Paper http://doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com/2013/07/reading-wo

  • Beyond the Post: Neurohype and Neuroskepticism with DeTox Diets Thrown In

    Beyond the Post: Neurohype and Neuroskepticism with DeTox Diets Thrown In

    16/07/2013 Duración: 23min

    Welcome to Double X Science for July 15, 2013. Today's host is Double X Science chemistry editor, Adrienne Roehrich, interviewing Bethany Brookshire, aka Scicurious, about her two articles in the past 6 months on Double X Science. Articles discussed during the interview include: Between neurohype and neuroskepticism. (http://www.doublexscience.org/between-neurohype-and-neuroskepticism/)   If You Try One Detox This Year, Make It This One (http://www.doublexscience.org/if-you-try-one-detox-this-year-make-it-this-one/) http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/brainwaves/2013/07/15/is-sugar-really-toxic-sifting-through-the-evidence/ http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/blog/2013/apr/19/beer-dopamine-brain-scans http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/neuroskeptic/2013/06/18/book-review-brainwashed/#.UeQV2EHvvzx Thank you for listening. Please subscribe via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/double-x-science/id604770613) or your favorite pod catcher (http://feeds.feedburner.com/doublexscience). Please leave us pos

  • Tornadoes, Gene Patents, Mermaids, and Brains

    Tornadoes, Gene Patents, Mermaids, and Brains

    24/06/2013 Duración: 16min

    Welcome to Double X Science for June 22, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Jeff Perkel, tech editor. Our topics cover posts since the end of May: Early Puberty Among Adoptees by Health Editor Tara Haelle http://www.doublexscience.org/adoptees-early-puberty-rates/ Calculating Vaccine Risk by Contributor Alison Hagood http://www.doublexscience.org/calculating-vaccine-risk/ Arousal during rape by Contributor Jenny Morber http://www.doublexscience.org/arousal-during-rape/ Five Reasons Mermaids are Impossible by Editor-in-Chief Emily Willingham http://www.doublexscience.org/five-reasons-mermaids-are-impossible/ On Pacifiers and Breastfeeding by Health Editor Tara Haelle http://www.doublexscience.org/of-pacifiers-and-breastfeeding/ Chasing Tornadoes is an Old Habit by Tech Editor Jeffrey Perkel http://www.doublexscience.org/storm-chasers-colonial-edition/ Sizing Up the Mother in Me by Contributor Joss Fong http://www.doublexscience.org/sizing-up-the-mother-in-me/ He foun

  • DoubleXScience Podcast Hiatus

    DoubleXScience Podcast Hiatus

    31/05/2013 Duración: 30s

    Welcome to Double X Science. It’s in your genes. This is your host, chemistry editor Adrienne Roehrich. Double X Science podcast is on hiatus this week. However, we appreciate your listening. Please check out our posts of the week at our website doublexscience.org and our sister site, doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com. Please like us on Facebook and follow us on twitter. Thank you for listening.

  • Einstein, Dr. Oz, and Fluoridation

    Einstein, Dr. Oz, and Fluoridation

    26/05/2013 Duración: 21min

    Welcome to Double X Science for May 24, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Matthew Francis, physics editor. Our topics cover posts of the week, We have a special focus on Did Einstein write his most famous equation? Does it matter? and Dr. Oz is worried about your fillings. We also cover Parenting Paranoia Comes in different forms, Creating Viruses to Create the Vaccines?, What causes recurrent UTIs?, and Not Knowing, our I Am Mental Illness series post. We also covered Double X Science Jr posts about Cubes, Pyramids, and More!; StemCellTalks; and Science of Napping (Infographic). News of the week was about the 14-year old girl presenting her science fair project on iPads and defibrillators/pace makers at a cardiology conference. You can find this week's posts at: http://www.doublexscience.org/parenting-paranoia-comes-in-different-forms/ http://www.doublexscience.org/creating-viruses-to-create-the-vaccines-against-them/ http://www.doublexscience.org/did-einstein-write-his

  • Mothers, Blood, and Whales

    Mothers, Blood, and Whales

    20/05/2013 Duración: 20min

    Welcome to Double X Science for May 18, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Jeffrey Perkel, tech editor. Our topics cover posts of the week, Dominants, alphas, and queens: Happy Mother’s Day!; Thanks, Mom, for not eating me; The Fatherhood Adjustment; Old Ovaries? New eggs? Hatching a Debate; Disabled; Mammograms; and Depressing Genes, I Am Mental Illness series post. We also covered Double X Science Jr posts about Development of Critical Thinking Outside of School; Blood Plasma Resembles Ketchup!; and Scrapyard Adventures. News of the week was about the 14-year old girl presenting her science fair project on iPads and defibrillators/pace makers at a cardiology conference. You can find this week's posts at: http://www.doublexscience.org/dominants-alphas-and-queens-or-happy-mothers-day/ http://www.doublexscience.org/thanks-mom-for-not-eating-me/ http://www.doublexscience.org/fatherhood-the-new-adventure/ http://www.doublexscience.org/old-ovaries-new-eggs-hatching-a-debat

  • Brainbows, Salmon Migration, and iPads and Defibrillators

    Brainbows, Salmon Migration, and iPads and Defibrillators

    13/05/2013 Duración: 24min

    Welcome to Double X Science for May 10, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Emily Willingham, editor-in-chief. Our topics cover posts of the week, Unicorns and Brainbows, A Tour of Digestion from Nose to Um... Tail, About that Pacifier Study, That deadly, imported, meningitis-toting snail? Isn’t., and the I Am Mental Illness post of the week. We also covered Double X Science Jr posts about Bon Voyage, NEOSSat! and The mystery of salmon migration and magnetism. News of the week was about the 14-year old girl presenting her science fair project on iPads and defibrillators/pace makers at a cardiology conference. You can find this week's posts at: http://www.doublexscience.org/unicorns-and-brainbows/ http://www.doublexscience.org/a-tour-of-digestion-from-nose-to-um-tail/ http://www.doublexscience.org/about-that-pacifier-study/ http://www.doublexscience.org/daily-mail-snail-fail/ http://www.doublexscience.org/this-is-good-and-i-am-happy/ http://doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com/20

  • Flu Shots, Namaqua Rain Frogs, and Cancer

    Flu Shots, Namaqua Rain Frogs, and Cancer

    05/05/2013 Duración: 16min

    Welcome to Double X Science for May 3, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Chris Gunter, science ed editor. Our topics cover posts of the week, About That 1 in 50 Autism Number, Selling the Flu Shot, and an Infographic on Urinary Tract Infections. We also covered Double X Science Jr posts about How the T. Rex got its Roar, Math, and the Namaqua Rain Frog. News of the week was about a recent paper in Nature concerning endomitrial cancer and solving the problem of women in science. You can find this week's posts at: http://www.doublexscience.org/selling-the-flu-shot/ http://www.doublexscience.org/infographic-urinary-tract-infection/ http://www.doublexscience.org/about-that-1-in-50-autism-number/ http://doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-animals-hiding-in-t-rexs-roar.html http://doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com/2013/05/math-week-one.html http://doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com/2013/05/namaqua-rain-frog.html Our news stories can be found at: http://www.awis.org/displaycommon

  • Vaccination Decisions and Mathy Ladies

    Vaccination Decisions and Mathy Ladies

    28/04/2013 Duración: 21min

    Welcome to Double X Science for April 27, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Jeanne Garbarino, biology editor. Our topics cover posts of the week, including a two-part series on vaccination decisions, the cinnamon challenge, the DSM-V and autism, murder mysteries and chemistry, and seeking counseling as a part of our I Am Mental Illness series. We also covered Double X Science Jr posts about Eurazhdarcho langendorfensis and some scientists. News of the week was about the President Obama's pledge of $3 billion for STEM education and Mathy Ladies on Twitter. You can find this week's posts at: http://www.doublexscience.org/vaccination-attitudes-are-contagious/ http://www.doublexscience.org/the-fear-factor-in-vaccination-decisions/ http://www.doublexscience.org/dont-take-the-cinnamon-challenge/ http://www.doublexscience.org/autism-and-the-dsm-5/ http://www.doublexscience.org/of-walnuts-and-world-book-night/ http://www.doublexscience.org/the-things-we-never-leave-behind/ http:

  • Science  Art in Microscopy, More Penises, and Coelacanths

    Science & Art in Microscopy, More Penises, and Coelacanths

    22/04/2013 Duración: 15min

    Title: Science & Art in Microscopy, More Penises, and Coelacanths Welcome to Double X Science for April 19, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Jeffrey Perkel, tech editor. Our topics cover posts of the week, including Parent HPV vaccine concerns persist and Opinion: Balancing work and home life. Our featured discussion covered La vie est belle, n’est-ce pas? and Circumcision shuffles the penis ecosystem. We also covered Double X Science Jr posts about a wrap-up of #ScioTeen and the #Scistuchat on cloning. News of the week was about the Coelacanth genome and women facing hurdles for start-ups. You can find this week's posts at: http://www.doublexscience.org/la-vie-est-belle-nest-ce-pas/ http://www.doublexscience.org/the-penis-microbiome-a-little-junk-in-your-junk/ http://www.doublexscience.org/parent-hpv-vaccine-concerns-persist/ http://www.doublexscience.org/implementing-change-so-we-can-have-it-all/ Our news stories can be found at: http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/20

  • Penises, Rocket Science, and Women in Science

    Penises, Rocket Science, and Women in Science

    15/04/2013 Duración: 29min

    Welcome to Double X Science for April 12, 2013. This week's host is Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor. We have a double length podcast for you this week. Instead of 2 co-hosts, we have a single host, but discussions with three of the editors at Double X Science about their posts of the week. Our topics cover posts of the week, including McConnell and mental illness and our regular I Am Mental Illness series. Our featured discussion covered Does Penis Size Matter?, Yvonne Brill: she made the satellite revolution possible, The Seven Women in 'Modern Men of Science,' and Stereotype Threat for Girls and STEM. We also covered Double X Science Jr posts about procrastination (a cool info graphic) and the Lazarus Sign. Due to the length of the podcast, we did not cover news this week. You can find the posts at: http://www.doublexscience.org/does-penis-size-matter/ http://www.doublexscience.org/yvonne-brill-the-rocket-engineer-who-made-the-satellite-revolution-possible/ http://www.doublexscience.org/st

  • Science Origin Stories, Evidence Based Parenting, and Science World Ads

    Science Origin Stories, Evidence Based Parenting, and Science World Ads

    08/04/2013 Duración: 31min

    Welcome to Double X Science for April5, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Jeanne Garbarino, biology editor. We have a double length podcast for you this week. We began our podcast with an in-depth discussion of what drew Jeanne and Adrienne to science and what helped keep our interest there. Our topics cover posts of the week, including An obituary fail of the Finkbeiner test, The average human vagina, What is a beating embryonic heart?, A robotic hysterectomy is more expensive, but is it better?, and Plan B now available to younger teens. Our featured discussion covered the post Evidence Based Parenting Carnival. We also covered Double X Science Jr posts about mistakes leading to cool science, technology, and inventions that we use every day and the advertisements Science World. Our news this week focused on recent news on science publishing by the Nature publishing group and honeybees and pollination. You can find the posts at: http://www.doublexscience.org/an-obituar

  • What Women Know, AP Issues Guidelines, and I Am Mental Illness

    What Women Know, AP Issues Guidelines, and I Am Mental Illness

    01/04/2013 Duración: 15min

    Welcome to Double X Science for March 29, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Chris Gunter, education editor. Our topics cover posts of the week, including Women Know Something You Don't, After Newtown Missteps Journalists Get Guidelines, SCOTUS justices can't find science on same-sex marriages, and I Am Mental Illness: Avoidant personality disorder. We also covered Double X Science Jr posts about warmer mountaintops and dolphins. Our news this week focused on recent news on science publishing by the Nature publishing group and honeybees and pollination. You can find the posts at: http://www.doublexscience.org/women-know-something-you-dont/ http://www.doublexscience.org/in-wake-of-newtown-missteps-journalists-get-some-guidelines/ http://www.doublexscience.org/scotus-justices-cant-find-science-on-same-sex-marriage/ http://www.doublexscience.org/avoidant-personality-disorder/ http://doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com/2013/03/warmer-mountaintops.html http://doublexsciencejr.blogsp

  • Plaque, Vaccines, and Microscopy

    Plaque, Vaccines, and Microscopy

    25/03/2013 Duración: 15min

    Welcome to Double X Science for March 22, 2013. This week's hosts are Adrienne Roehrich, chemistry editor, and Jeffrey Perkel, tech editor. Our topics cover posts of the week, including Autism is not to blame, Farting while Flying, and our I Am Mental Illness series post. Special emphasis was given to Our oral ecosystem. We also covered Double X Science Jr posts about posture and vaccines. Our news this week focused on a new type of microscopy. You can find the posts at: http://www.doublexscience.org/a-history-lesson-written-in-dental-plaque/ http://www.doublexscience.org/autism-is-not-the-monster/ http://www.doublexscience.org/farting-while-flying-let-her-rip/ http://www.doublexscience.org/im-suicidal-not-just-at-the-moment-mind-you/ http://doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com/2013/03/i-might-want-to-reconsider-my-posture.html http://doublexsciencejr.blogspot.com/2013/03/vaccines.html You can find more information on our news topic at: http://www.embl.de/digitalembryo/fly.html Thank you for listening. Please s

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