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  • Infectious Fungi - Dr. Neil Gow

    We are joined by Mycologist Neil Gow who has formal training in mycology especially in relation to human and fungal pathogens. On today's show, we look at fungi through the lens of pathogenic interactions with humans. Which fungi are most likely to cause a human zombie apocalypse? What happens when you inject psilocybin tea into your veins?  Pictured: A Cryptococcus fungi, a problematic genus for human infections.   Infectious Fung...
  • Mycoprotein: A Sustainable Future Food

    A lot is to blame for the climate crisis, one of the most dire being our excessive meat consumption. A possible solution? Fungi.  For animal agriculture to keep up with the demand, we are compensating for safety, animal welfare, and sustainable practices that are emitting methane and nitrous oxide into the atmosphere. Even deforestation is an impact of global demand for meat and other animal products. Thankfully with education and/o...
  • Michael Beug: The Famous Mycology Professor

    Today we are joined by Micahel Beug, a legendary professor and scientist from Evergreen State College. Micheal mentored a handful of the today’s great mycologists such as Paul Stamets, Jonathan Ott and Jeremy Bigwood. With a PhD in organic chemistry and a love for mushrooms, Michael’s expertise was and continues to be instrumental for the growth of mycology as a whole. After just publishing a field guide “Mushrooms of Cascadia: An Il...