Ep. 41: Sweet and Sour Dolphin (Yao & Scott, 2022; Lopez, 2022)

This week at the Journal Club, Nicole and Amielle get into the significance of a moment on the lips and the follies of single authorships. They cover the benefits and challenges of fly research, how taste changes a body, and meringue’s of temptation. Next, it’s off to Italy to catch dolphins bursting and pulsing like middleschool girls. Prepare for dolphin impressions! Also, the devil’s nose.

  • 13:30 – Serotonergic neurons translate taste detection into internal nutrient regulation. Neuron. (Yao, Z., & Scott, K., 2022)
  • 30:00 – Artificial sweeteners and cancer risk: Results from the NutriNet-Santé population-based cohort study (Debras, C., et al., 2022)
  • 32:30 – Context-dependent and seasonal fluctuation in bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) vocalizations. (Díaz López B., 2022)
  • Thank you Dr. Stephanie Watwood and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Neither gave permission to use the audio included in this episode, because we didn’t get around to asking them, not because they’re dicks or something.

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