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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Opposites Don’t Attract, We Like What’s Physically Close to Us, and the History of Last Names 2020-02-14
How GPS Clocks Work (w/ Hugo Fruehauf) and Why Stress Turns Hair Gray 2020-02-13
The Academic Benefits of Emotional Intelligence, Atoms Split in Uneven Shapes, and Wolf Puppies Can Play Fetch 2020-02-12
A Reason to Reveal Your Failures, the Time Tulips Cost More Than Houses, and the Death of Planet WASP-12b 2020-02-11
Stanford Technique for Picking Creative Ideas, Why Whales Are So Big (But Not Bigger), and the First Medical Diagnosis and Treatment in Space from Earth 2020-02-10
Measuring the Deadliness of Viruses (Like Coronavirus), Why We Do the Potty Dance, and Depression’s Cousin “Acedia” 2020-02-07
The Invention of GPS (w/ Hugo Fruehauf) and Planning Cheat Days to Achieve Your Goals 2020-02-06
Criminal Profiling Doesn’t Work, Exoplanets’ Magma Oceans Eat Their Skies, and Superhuman Red Blood Cells for Drug Delivery 2020-02-05
The 13 Emotions Music Evokes, Surprising Things Pregnancy Does to the Body, and Solving the Tiny T. Rex Mystery 2020-02-04
Your Romantic Relationships Are All Similar, Why Cuttlefish Wore 3-D Glasses, and the Oldest Material on Earth 2020-02-03
Why Deadhead Logs Are So Rare and Valuable (w/ Kevin O’Connor) and Why Traveling Makes You Tired 2020-01-31
The Invention of the Two-by-Four (w/ Kevin O’Connor) and Common Mistakes You Make in the Shower 2020-01-30
Why Overheard Phone Conversations Are So Distracting, How Big Black Holes Get, and Why Anesthesia Is Risky on Marijuana 2020-01-29
You Learn Better from Success than Failure, Ravens Plan Ahead, and Absolute Zero Is Impossible 2020-01-28
Think of Sadness as a Person, Neanderthals Using Aspirin, and Cow Voices 2020-01-27
Earth Is Greener Than Before, Job-Matching with Your Tweets, and Why Blue Means Sad 2020-01-24
Most Lying Is Done by a Few People, Storing Vaccine History with Invisible Dye, and Emotion Words Vary Across Cultures 2020-01-23
Live Longer by Appreciating Art, Betelgeuse Might Go Supernova, and Birds’ Freaky-Fast Vision 2020-01-22
Saving the Ozone Layer Slowed Climate Change, the Largest Lifeforms on Earth, and Tips for Avoiding Distractions at Work 2020-01-21
Real Effects of Paying it Forward, Gorillas Humming Food Songs, and New Crowdsourced Exoplanet Names 2020-01-20

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