Episode show notes:
The connection between poop and aging.
- “Fecal Transplants Reverse Hallmarks of Aging in the Gut, Eyes, and Brain” by The University of East Anglia
- “Fecal Microbiota Transfer Between Young and Aged Mice Reverses Hallmarks of the Aging Gut, Eye, And Brain” by Aimée Parker, Stefano Romano, Rebecca Ansorge, Asmaa Aboelnour, Gwenaelle Le Gall, George M. Savva, Matthew G. Pontifex, Andrea Telatin, David Baker, Emily Jones, David Vauzour, Steven Rudder, L. Ashley Blackshaw, Glen Jeffery & Simon R. Carding
Search and rescue roaches.
- “Robotised insects may search collapsed buildings for survivors” by The Economist
- “S'pore team turning cockroaches into life-saving cyborg bugs at disaster sites” by Clara Chong
- “Language of Fungi Derived From Their Electrical Spiking Activity” by Andrew Adamatzky
- “Mushrooms may Communicate with Each Other Using Electrical Impulses” by Elizabeth Gamillo
- “Fungi Appear to Talk in a Language Similar to Humans” by Hannah Osborne
- “The Fungus Among Us May Have Their Own Mushroom Language” by Melissa Truth Miller
- “Do Trees Talk to Each Other?” by Richard Grant
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