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.
Episode show notes:
All dogs go to heaven.
- “New Drug May Help Dogs Live Longer” by Naomi Ruchim
- “A Drug Discovered on Easter Island May Help Dogs Live up to Three Years Longer” by Tod Perry
- “Rapamycin’s Secrets Unearthed” by Bethany Halford
Planes, planes, planes.
- “The epic attempts to power planes with hydrogen” by Mark Piesing
- “How close are hydrogen planes, really?” By Sabri Ben-Achour
- “Hydrogen Explained” By US Energy Information Administration
Mind over matter.
- “This High Schooler Invented a Low-Cost, Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arm” by Margaret Osborne
- “High Schooler Invents Affordable, Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arm” by Adrianna Nine
- “Creating a Working Brain-Controlled Transhumeral Prosthetic Arm (Make It Move)” by Benjamin Choi
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