So you want to become a published author but don't know where to begin? Join us this week as we discuss some tricks of the trade!

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Is it possible to debate productively in our era of political polarization and social media dumpster fires? If so, then how? Join us this week as we discuss the vital need for "good" research in today's society--and how "real" arguments require not just "real" data, but actually thinking about new information too.

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Assessing Research Studies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Rnq1NpHdmw

So you want to be a writer? Perhaps first we should answer: what is a 'writer'? Join us this week as Professor Labs discusses his experience--and advice--on building your writing skills, whatever your field, focus, and goals.

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Whales drowning in discarded nets. Fish bloated with plastic bits. Turtles choking on straws. Many of us have heard of such struggles for marine life, but what can we do? Is beach cleaning the answer? Or are such efforts only a microscopic band-aid on  much larger, global problem?

Join us this week on Professor Labs Podcast as we explore this issue, and discuss how hope without help might indeed be a futile cause. Check out some beach clean photos at https://www.instagram.com/profbeachclean/

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What is the span of one human life worth? Join us this on this week's episode as we explore the timeline of humanity through the perspective of the notion that maybe "we as modern society" are not quite as modern as we like to think.

Welcome to Professor Labs Podcast! In this inaugural episode, we introduce our podcast's purpose here--what ideas and points we plan to explore in further depth moving forward. Think of us as a lecture series about perspective for all audiences. Whether you're a college student or someone just interested in deep conversation, there's plenty to explore, share, and learn!

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