We got a bunch of graduate students drunk (which was about as easy as you’d imagine) and had them tell us their favorite story from the history of science. This is our wildest episode yet!
The Bench Warmers Ep. 6: DRUNK HISTORY OF SCIENCE (Downloadable mp3. Right click link and choose “Save Link As…”)
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Part 1: James tells the story of Ignaz Semmelweis. More info on Ignaz HERE
Part 2: Maddie tells another poop story. More information on John Snow HERE
Part 3: Dillon shares a love story involving urethral catheters. More information on Werner Forssman HERE
Part 4: Dan tell the remarkable story of Henrietta Lacks. More information on Henrietta HERE
Part 5: Chapin delves into the rivalry between two scientific giants. More information on Robert Hooke HERE
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