Podcast: Science lessons for the next U.S. president, human high altitude adjustments, and the elusive Higgs bison
October 20, 2016•25 min
This week, we chat about some of our favorite stories—jumping spiders that can hear without ears, long-lasting changes in the human body at high altitudes, and the long hunt for an extinct bison—with Science’s Online News Intern Jessica Boddy.
Plus, Sarah Crespi talks to Deputy News Editor David Malakoff about six science lessons for the next U.S. president.
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[Image: Gil Menda at the Hoy Lab; Music: Jeffrey Cook]