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How to Transplant a Pig Heart – This Week in Science Podcast (TWIS)

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What happened ‘This Week in Science’??? Oh, so many things, but we know you want to know about the pig heart transplant. Find out all about it with TWIS!

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[For Story Links, please see our TWIS website for show notes — https://www.twis.org/12-january-2022-episode-858-how-to-transplant-a-pig-heart/.]

(0:00) – Recording Start

(2:45) – Whilst waiting on Justin’s technical difficulties, Blair shares: A study finds distinct gut microbiomes in male and female carnivores.

(10:33) – Intro, Dr. Kiki
(10:57) – Disclaimer! Disclaimer! Disclaimer! – Justin
(13:03) – Opening Theme Music
(13:36) – Opening “Good Science!” Greetings – with Dr. Kiki, Blair & Justin. Intros & Top Story Headlines.

(16:19) – Quick Science Bytes! —

(16:27) – How did scientists pulled off the first pig-to-human heart transplant?
(25:45) – How old are the earliest human remains in Africa? Older now!
(31:02) – Why are we just discovering that female dolphins have a working clitoris?
(37:33) – Did a large impact remix the Moon’s interior?
(42:19) – Are shark attacks connected to the waning & waxing moon?
(52:59) – Why is airDNA the coolest new way to identify animals?

(57:08) – Do tell friends about TWIS and have them listen & subscribe!
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…More minions, please!
Also: TWIS 2022 CALENDARS ARE NOW ON SALE!! — with art by Blair! Go to https://twis.org and click on the calendar frog pic in the top right!

(57:18) – TWIS COVID-19/Sars-CoV-2/Coronavirus Update –
https://covid19.who.int/

(57:30) – Will the common cold protect you from SARS-CoV-2?
(1:00:27) – Is it possible that cannabinoids from hemp can protect against COVID-19?

(1:08:05) – And we’re at the break!

(1:08:14) – Get a TWIS 2022 Calendar, and also, become a TWIS Producer! Please support us through Patreon — https://www.patreon.com/thisweekinscience/.

(1:08:51) – And we’re back!

(1:08:52) – Blair’s Animal Corner
(1:09:05) – Blair’s Animal Corner Theme
(1:09:26) – Can dogs distinguish between languages? Maybe?
(1:17:32) – Do some spiders use leaves for protection?

Help Support TWIS by buying our great Schwag at our TWIS Zazzle Store. including many pieces of art & design by our own Blair Bazdarich! https://www.zazzle.com/store/thisweekinscience.

More Science News —

(1:25:47) – How big were medieval warhorses really?
(1:31:34) – Was drug-laced beer influential in Peruvian politics?
(1:36:51) – What do your fingerprints have to do with your bones?
(1:42:43) – Can a new CAR-T technique mend broken hearts?

Have a Science Question or question on a current or recent Science news story? Or have a question for us about your concerns about Covid-19 vaccines? Send ’em to our TWIS User Questions?? – kirsten@thisweekinscience.com, @TWIScience on Twitter & Instagram, or http://facebook.com/ThisWeekinScience.

(1:49:32) – Show wrap-up & a Happy Ten Year Anniversary with TWIS to Blair!

(1:52:30) – Thank you’s to our Patreon Sponsors

(1:55:54) – End Theme

And that’s all, folks! Except, we still have…

(1:57:21) – The After Show! – Look What’s Here! 2022 TWIS Calendars have made their grand entrance. Blair would share her excitement if she’d turn her mic back on. And much, much, more…

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