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Curiosity Daily Podcast: Rapamycin For Rover, H-Fueled Flight, Mind-Controlled Arms

Today, you’ll learn about how a drug that helps in human organ transplants might be able to extend the lives of man’s best friend, the airline industry's potential but difficult switch to hydrogen fuel, and how a high school student is transforming prosthetics with brain waves.

July 14, 2022

Episode show notes:

All dogs go to heaven.

Planes, planes, planes.

  • “The epic attempts to power planes with hydrogen” by Mark Piesing
    • bbc.com/future/article/20220316-the-epic-attempts-to-power-planes-with-hydrogen
  • “How close are hydrogen planes, really?” By Sabri Ben-Achour
  • “Hydrogen Explained” By US Energy Information Administration
    • https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/hydrogen/use-of-hydrogen.php

Mind over matter.

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