Curiosity Daily Podcast: Stoked Tech, We’ve Got Beef?, Success Against M.S.
Today, you’ll learn about some incredible new surfing technology that makes the sport possible even if you don’t live near the ocean, why the lab-grown meat industry needs to be beefed up to solve food system problems, and how the link between multiple sclerosis and the Epstein-Barr virus is leading to potential treatments for the elusive and damaging MS.
Episode show notes:
Turns out you don’t need an ocean to surf.
- “The innovative surfing tech making waves” by Richard Bainbridge
- “Reports on How Things Work: Hydrofoils” by MIT
Fake meat. Yum.
- “Lab-grown meat is supposed to be inevitable. The science tells a different story” by Joe Fassler
- “Want People to Eat Less Meat? Fake Burgers Probably Won’t Cut It.” by Charlie Mitchell
- “The Myth of Cultured Meat: A Review” by Sghaier Chriki and Jean-Francois Hocquette
Sharing is caring. Especially when it comes to medical treatments.
- “MS Reversed by Transplanted Immune Cells That Fight Epstein-Barr Virus” by Michael Le Page
- “MS Symptoms Improved by Treatment That Attacks Glandular Fever Virus” by Alice Klein
- “Molecular Signature of Epstein-Barr Virus Infection in MS Brain Lesions” by Monica A. Moreno, et al.
- “Clonally Expanded B Cells in Multiple Sclerosis Bind EBV EBNA1 and GlialCAM” by Tobias V. Lanz, et al.
- “Types of MS” by National Multiple Sclerosis Society
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