Locally Sourced Science

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Science explorations & events happening in the Finger Lakes Region.

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LSS 66: Elephants, Gorillas, and Gardens

August 6th, 2019

30:03

In this episode of Locally Sourced Science, contributor Candice Limper speaks with Dr. Daniela Hedwig.  She is the Edward W. Rose Postdoctoral …

LSS 65: LSS visits Shoals Marine Laboratory Pt.2

July 26th, 2019

29:23


In this second episode of the Shoals Marine Laboratory series, Mark Sarvary visited White and Seavey islands to talk to the Tern conservation team …

LSS 64: LSS visits Shoals Marine Laboratory

July 10th, 2019

29:38

Your hosts, Laura Mortelliti, Jasmine Mack, and Mark Sarvary discuss science and art, and visit the Shoals Marine Laboratory on Appledore Island in Maine to talk to Executive Director Dr. Jennifer Seavey about …

LSS 63: Pollinators

June 26th, 2019

30:00

Locally-Sourced Science contributor Esther Racoosin speaks to Dr. Robert Raguso, Professor in the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior at Cornell …

LSS 62: Science in the Streets

June 15th, 2019

29:51

One doesn’t have to go far to find the strong scientific roots and influences that run through Ithaca, with many different groups bringing science-outreach to as many people as possible in various unique ways.

In …

LSS 61: Dogs and their diseases (part 2)

May 30th, 2019

30:00

We follow up with our four-legged fluffy friends in this week’s episode. To start the show Liz Mahood interviews Dr Rory Todhunter of the Cornell …

LSS 60: Dogs and their diseases (part 1)

May 20th, 2019

30:00

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In the first part of series about our canine friends LSS explores dog diseases. Starting with an inteview of Dr. Scott Coonrod of the Baker Institute for Animal Health by Liz Mahood. Dr. Coonrod …

LSS 59: Fun with the Fungi

April 30th, 2019

28:13

The fungi edition features Luisa Torres interview with Dr. Teresa Iturriaga and Robert Dirig of Cornell Plant Pathology Herbarium. They discussed …

LSS 58: Earth Day Edition: Soil science, Energy Day at Cornell and a short history of Climate science.

April 15th, 2019

30:04

The Earth Day edition features Candice Limper’s interview with Soil scientist Joseph Amsili.  They discuss the living things that benefit soil’s health and how paying greater attention to the quality of soils can …

LSS 57: Women in STEM, Science and Health Communication, Nobel Prizes

April 1st, 2019

29:43

The last show of March brings in discussions about the numerous gender-based obstacles that impede research and career advancement for women in STEM …

LSS 56: St. Patrick’s day special episode with beer, clover, trees and Irish scientists

March 17th, 2019

53:36

This live episode features Patricia’s interview with Akiva Silver, owner of the Twisted Tree Farm, whose new book explores how farmers can use trees to improve their land, help climate and diversify their income.

LSS 55: The fashions of the future – Apparel research using a 3D body scanner; “Past Time: Geology in European and American Art”

March 3rd, 2019

30:22

Susan Ashdown, emerita professor in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell does research at the intersection of apparel design and technology.

LSS 54: Learn about medical illustration with Allie Buck and fossils with Professor William Bemis

February 17th, 2019

30:00

Candice Limper interviewed Allie Buck, a Medical Illustrator at Cornell University

Esther Racoosin interviewed Cornell Professor William E. Bemis about coelacanths

LSS 53: Learn about parasites with Drs. Margaret Bynoe and Oyebola Oyesola at Cornell University

February 6th, 2019

29:37

Professor Margaret Bynoe spoke about her research with Toxoplasma gondii with Candice Limper. Oyebola Oyesola discussed her parasite research with …

LSS 51: Coastal Resilience Specialist Helen Cheng and Foldscopes

January 17th, 2019

30:01

In this episode we explore how natural systems can coincide with people. Joining in the discussion is New York Sea Grant’s Coastal Resilience Specialist Helen Cheng, whose position is supported through a …

LSS 32: Springcasting is here!

April 15th, 2018

29:54

In the first part of LSS 32 Patricia chats with apple grower Chip Bailey and professor Toby Ault on the coming of Spring. Following is an …

LSS 16: LSS tours Cornell’s “Lake Source Cooling” plant with Lanny Joyce; Gina goes to “Moth night”

September 4th, 2017

29:22

Interview with Lanny Joyce, director of utilities and energy management at Cornell, discussing “Lake Source Cooling” project as an addition to …

LSS 05: Fruit Fly Model for the study of Epilepsy with Dr. David Deitcher

April 2nd, 2017

14:55

An interview with Dr. David Deitcher, an Associate Professor at Cornell Department of Neurobiology and Behavior. His lab is studying the mutation …

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