Assigned Science at Bachelor's (ASAB) explores all things science through a transgender lens. Hosted by Tessa Fisher, who calls herself "possibly the world's only openly trans lesbian astrobiologist," and Charles Wallace, a trans entomologist and PhD student, each episode features a trans guest discussing their work in the sciences and chatting about the latest news and issues in their field. Recent episodes included conversations with evolutionary biologist Fayth Tan about animal regeneration, climate scientist Michaela Gallucci about robot dating, and science writer Annalee Newitz about gender in the future. New episodes are released about twice per month. ASAB streams on most podcast platforms (including Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher), but their website has a few extras. Under the Transcripts tab readers can click any episode to find show notes with links to resources for deeper dives into the topics discussed, as well as a transcript of the episode. Listeners looking for a specific subject should navigate to the right sidebar and use the Categories dropdown menu to filter by subject. To find ASAB on social media, visitors can visit the Social Media page for links to their Goodreads, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube pages.