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My Favorite Theorem

If you are curious about the connection between Falting's theorem and New York City bagels (see Episode 53), My Favorite Theorem may be perfect for you. Hosted by math enthusiasts Keith Knudson and Evelyn Lamb, the podcast focuses on "sharing our guests' favorite mathematical results." While the show partly takes a traditional approach, asking guests to describe their favorite theorem, the podcast...

https://kpknudson.com/my-favorite-theorem
Distillations

Science and storytelling merge with Distillations, an extension of the Science History Institute that seeks to "us[e] stories from science's past to better understand our world." Building on the Science History Institute's exhibitions (featured in the 08-09-2019 and 11-02-2018 Scout Reports), Distillations employs a variety of storytelling mediums such as including articles, podcasts, and videos....

https://www.sciencehistory.org/distillations
Bird Count India

Long-time readers may remember eBird, the birding database featured in the 10-07-2005 Scout Report. Bird Count India manages eBird-India, an extension of the eBird project focused on "the needs of birders in India." Bird Count India also provides several platforms and sub-projects "for people interested in birds at any level, [making it] possible for you to have fun birding while at the same time...

https://birdcount.in/
The Mobility Space Report: What the Street!?

Described as a "puzzle of urban mobility space," What the Street!? explores how major cities around the world allocate their mobile space. Using OpenStreetMap software, data scientists and designers Michael Szell and Stephan Bogner creatively graphed parts of major cities' infrastructure. Currently, more than 20 cities are available, including Beijing, Chicago, Rome, and Johannesburg. To select a...

https://www.move-lab.com/project/whatthestreet/chicago?bike=...
Why Do Cats and Dogs

It is a question that has divided people for centuries: Are you a cat person or a dog person? Whether you prefer felines or canines, many questions surround both species. For example, Nadieh Bremer, a data visualization designer and long-time cat owner, wondered, "Why does my cat go crazy for my sweaty gym clothes?" Recognizing that many people turn to the internet for answers, Bremer created Why...

https://whydocatsanddogs.com/