FEmini - Meet Your Jellyfish Overlords 6: Aequorea victoria

We're back into our species dives with one jellyfish that opened the door to new era of genetic engineering, at its own peril. Meet Aequorea victoria, and its very special protein - GFP.

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FE1.8 - Jellyfishing for Answers

How are human activities changing our oceans, and why do these changes all seem to support a new age of jellyfish? What are these ancient, diverse beings: harbingers of doom, or simply the most well-adapted form of life in the sea? In this episode we go jellyfishing for answers with preeminent jellyfish researchers Dr. Lisa-ann Gershwin and Dr. Lucas Brotz.

FE1.6 - On Fire pt. 2 "Combustible Communities"

In this second part of our two-episode series, On Fire, we look at ways to move our civilization forward – without continuing to deny the role of fire in our landscapes. We discuss how prescribed burns are currently conducted, radical new (and old) perspectives on land management policy, and practical techniques for everyone in fire country to protect their homes, their communities, and their forests.

FEmini - Meet Your Jellyfish Overlords 4: Chrysaora achlyos

Dr. Lisa-ann Gershwin introduces us to Chrysaora achlyos, the Black Sea Nettle. Find out why this, one of the showiest jellies out there, exemplifies the words "jellyfish bloom".

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FE1.5 – On Fire pt. 1 "Camas, Cores, and Spores"

The past two years have been the worst fire years on record across the west coast of North America, with whole communities being engulfed in flames and smoke enveloping major cities for weeks.  But as the airways fill once again with stories of valiant fire-fighters and people who’ve lost their homes, we answer some burning questions that seem to always fly under the radar.

FEmini - Meet Your Jellyfish Overlords 3: Turritopsis dohrnii

We chat with Dr. Lisa-ann Gershwin about the incredible, biologically immortal, Turritopsis dohrnii. You've probably heard about this little jellyfish that can live, theoretically, forever.

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