Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Brazil is flooded with soccer teams and fans during the 2014 World Cup, but there’s another new visitor likely to go unnoticed to most football revelers: a genetically engineered…
Jun. 13, 2014from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Have you ever had a friend who you thought should live their life differently than they do? A story about building a meaningful life out of chaos.
May. 20from Welcome to LA
Thirteen sailors on the USS Theodore Roosevelt tested positive for COVID-19 for a second time last week, raising concerns over reinfection.
May. 18from KCRW Features
Every few years since they joined forces to do "The Trip" in 2010, the English funnymen Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon have done another installment--"The Trip To Italy" followed by "The…
May. 22from Film Reviews
UnFictional host Bob Carlson’s journey on the inside of rock and roll radio.
May. 21from UnFictional
Victoria Chang discusses Love, Love, her children’s novel written in verse—poetry written for children.
May. 21from Bookworm
Drive-by-Art comes to LA this weekend with over 120 works installed outdoors.
May. 19from Arts & Culture Stories
This week: Hear how California cities are leading the charge for clean building; watch a documentary about the iconoclastic architect Bruce Goff; see cool projects by graduating…
May. 18from Design and Architecture
Could it be that our subconscious biases lead us to make assumptions that are not based on the facts?
May. 24from Second Opinion
On Wednesday, the city and county of LA were supposed to present a plan to shelter some 7000 homeless people living near overpasses and freeways.
May. 21from Press Play with Madeleine Brand