Explore the lives of early humans, modern humans, Neanderthals, Homo sapiens, great apes, and more. Hosted by anthropologist Natalia Reagan featuring appearances by Neil deGrasse Tyson, Chuck Nice, and some of your favorite co-hosts and guests.
Exoskeleton suits, brain implants, tiny people, AI, and more! Adam Savage and Neil deGrasse Tyson investigate human augmentation from the main stage at NYCC 2017 with comic co-host Chuck Nice and NYU bioethics professor and philosopher Matthew Liao.
What does the future look like using biotechnology? Astrobiologist and host David Grinspoon, Eureka! Science Comedy podcast host Allen Saakyan, comic co-host Harrison Greenbaum, and Randal J. Kirk, CEO of Intrexon are ready to explore the advancements and opportunities in the field.
Earth’s climate crisis, Titan’s ice volcanos, Venus’ runaway greenhouse effect, and more. David Grinspoon, Chuck Nice, and former Chief Scientist at NASA Ellen Stofan are here to discuss what we can learn about our own home by studying our neighbors.
Primatologist Natalia Reagan investigates the recent discovery of fossils in Morocco that could reshape our understanding of the origins of homo sapiens and the evolution of modern humans. Featuring paleoanthropologist Shara Bailey and co-host Sarah Siskind.
Bone up on our neighbors on the evolutionary tree: chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, monkeys and more, when Neil deGrasse Tyson, co-host Chuck Nice, and primatologist Natalia Reagan answer fan submitted questions about primates, extant and extinct.
What does it mean to be “human?” Natalia Reagan and comic co-host Patrick Melton welcome paleoanthropologist Marc Kissel to discuss our evolutionary journey and the study of wisdom, and try to uncover what it means to be human.
All-Stars host and primatologist Natalia Reagan, first time comic co-host Patrick Melton, and paleoanthropologist Shara Bailey are ready to talk about teeth: the stories they tell and the secrets they hide.
New StarTalk All-Stars host, primatologist Natalia Reagan, welcomes new comic co-host Sarah Siskind, biological anthropologist Todd Disotell, and anthropology professor Will Harcourt-Smith to investigate all-things Neanderthal: culture, behavior, DNA, more!
Gaze into the future when Neil Tyson interviews noted futurist and inventor, Ray Kurzweil about artificial intelligence, the human brain, nanotechnology, life extension and biotechnology. Recorded live at the 92nd Street Y “7 Days of Genius” series.