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Great podcast for the science minded individuals and now to Round out the knowledge base we have a veterinarian on the team!
These guys are so condescending.
I cannot say enough about this podcast. The discussions are so informative. The hosts do an amazing job of explaining the science and the value of doing science. The conversation digressions and picks of the week are fun and interesting.
I really listen to hear Vincent’s puns and asides, such as when he learned that horses are closest to bats biologically he exclaimed “ you mean Pegasus was real?“. How can one not listen after that! And the science is OK too.
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This Week in Virology launched 15 years ago and published 104 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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