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Science, Quickly

Scientific American

Leading science and tech journalists dive into a rich world of scientific discovery in this bite-size science variety show. To view all of our archived material, go to: .


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    I like the information and the hosts. My main dislike of this podcast is it used t be super short and concise, a nice way to stay up to date on scientific things. Now it’s every other day and 10-15 min podcasts. I May stop listening regularly for this reason. Too frequent and too long for what I’m looking for.

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    The info presented in the various segments is fine. What I dislike is the juvenile way some presenters speak, as if they thought they were addressing 6 year olds.

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  • Interesting but spoiled by presentation style.

    I presume that as most all of the podcasts sound the same it's now the SA house style. I didn't like it when Covid Quickly did it and I still don't. As savingwhales says elsewhere on this page, the information in the 'cast is usually interesting, but, oh, the awful scripted exchanges between two presenters, delivered so woodenly that it's distracting. Please bring back the style of later 60-Second Science. You could have just changed the name of the podcast when episodes started running long. A ... more

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