Here you can find professional-production quality videos of our past cafés. Special thanks to Amherst Media for providing the training, equipment, and editing for our cafés! Our cafés are broadcast on their public access channels and are also available on their YouTube page.
Paleontology: New Insights From Old Bones
with Dr. John Rowan (May 2020)
Life Science Cafe COVID-19 Panel
with Dr. Linda Tropp, Dr. Andrew Lover, and Dr. Matt Moore (May 2020)
Your Dinner’s DNA: How Genes Reveal the History of Crops
with Dr. Hamid Razifard (May 2019)
Itchy Eyes Warming Skies: Climate Change and Human Health
with Dr. Jennifer Albertine (April 2019)
What’s Bugging Our Trees? Perilous Pests
with Dr. Hannah Broadley (March 2019)
The Origins of Future and Language Panel
with Panelists (February 2019)
Do You See What I see? Evolution of Sensing Light
with Dr. Desmond Ramirez (December 2018)
Growing Together: Microbes, Humans, and Food
with Dr. David Sela (November 2018)
Beyond the Gene
with Dr. Dina Navon (October 2018)
The Science of Addiction
with Dr. Davis Moorman (September 2018)
Why Soils Are Super
with Panelists (May 2018)
Communicating Controversial Science
with Dr. Ezra Markowitz (April 2018)
Backyard Extinctions: the Plight of the Puritan Tiger Beetle
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with Dr. Rodger Gwiazdowski (March 2018)
Dangerous Liaisons: Pollinators, Herbivores, and the Quirky Sex Lives of Plants, with Laura Doubleday (May 2017)
Stretching the Energy Budget: the Mechanics of Slingshots and Tendons, with Dr. Mike Rosario (April 2017)
A Day in the Life: Stories from Your Neighborhood Biologists, with Dr. Patty Brennan, Jeff Boettner, and Dr. Alison Roy (February 2017)
Neighborhood watch: social eavesdropping in birds, with Sarah Goodwin
Bird brain: the science of learning songs, with Dr. Luke Remage-Healey
A bat’s guide to strange sex, with Dr. Teri Orr
Builders, farmers, and relationship cultivators: how ants are more like us than you think, with Scott Schneider
In search of the genes that make us human, with Dr. Courtney Babbitt
Oddball Science: Why do we study weird things, with Dr. Patty Brennan
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This week our Almost Doctors Dina and Skye talk about domestication in foxes. You’re going to want to watch this.
We’re hitting you with more science! Check out the second installment of our Science Shorts with The Almost Doctors: Dina Navon & Skye Long. This week they’re talking about ants, legos, and tiny robots!
The Almost Doctors: Dina Navon & Skye Long tell you what you need to know about the impending ant invasion in the first Science Cafe Short – Argentine Ants!