The award-winning Curiosity Daily podcast from will help you get smarter about the world around you — every day. In less than 10 minutes, you’ll get a unique mix of research-based life hacks, the latest science and technology news, and more. Discovery's Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer will help you learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, and how history shaped the world into what it is today.


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3M’s 2019 State of Science Index (w/ Jayshree Seth) and How You Can Name Jupiter’s Moons 2019-03-27
The Four Predictors of Divorce, Why You Love Being Part of a Crowd, and Types of Loneliness 2019-03-26
You’d Probably Survive A Plane Crash, Why People Still Fax, and How Spleens Can Multiply 2019-03-25
The Active Learning Initiative Is Transforming Education (Julia Thom-Levy, Cornell University) 2019-03-24
A Diet That’s Good for You and the World, Milk Temperatures, and the False-Consensus Effect 2019-03-22
How Babies Handle Vaccines (w/ Paul Duprex), Sniffing Is Contagious, and Albino Ghost Trees 2019-03-21
Equinox and Solstice Science, Foreign Accent Syndrome, and an 80-Year Harvard Study 2019-03-20
Metabolic Window Myths, Egg Entropy (w/ Ralph Crewe from SNaQ), and What’s in Tattoo Ink 2019-03-19
Human Bones on the Red Market (w/ Brian Switek), Stop Venting Anger, and Asparagus Pee 2019-03-18
Why Hangovers Get Worse, How Quickly You’d Age at Light Speed, and Upright Neanderthals 2019-03-17
Why Pockets Are Rare in Women’s Clothes, Why Earth Twinkles, and Where Life Originated 2019-03-15
“What Is Life?” with Carl Zimmer, Why You Always Have Room for Dessert, and Learning Myths 2019-03-14
Myths About Your Vision, What Your Dog’s “Guilty” Look Really Means, and the Gaokao Exam 2019-03-13
How Vaccines in Africa Protect Everyone in the World (w/ Paul Duprex), and Semantic Satiation 2019-03-12
Space Race Stories (w/ Dr. David Warmflash), Why Produce Sparks, and a 1-3-5 To-Do List 2019-03-11
Bike Balancing, How Big Data Knows What You Like, and Millions of Copper Needles in Space 2019-03-10
Why Your Muscles Are Sore After Workouts, Daylight Saving Time Myths, and Taj Mahal History 2019-03-08
Carl Zimmer on What’s “In Your Genes,” Nudge Theory, and Post-Apocalyptic Cockroach Myths 2019-03-07
How Music Affects Your Work, Damage from Muffled Hearing, and Earth’s Gigantic Atmosphere 2019-03-06
Natural vs. Artificial Ingredients, Why the Return Trip Feels Shorter, and Africa Splitting in Half 2019-03-05

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