Lisa Wehr teaches Kaci McCleary and Dylan Todd about the invention of the shipping container. We look forward to the day when humans are replaced by robots in the workplace so people can pursue their real dreams. On the other hand, we rage at the work-world gurus who suggest that we behave in a way that our bosses would fire us for (he’s looking at you, four-hour-work-week, follow-your-dreams spewers).
Aline Sandouk has an exciting announcement about her medical studies–one that means she’s going to be on the show forever–and we explore the value of clinical versus basic science research. We note the debate on how much worth replication studies are given and how journals are beginning to re-thing retraction of studies that are handled.
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