Journalist and author Emily Anthes talks about her book The Great Indoors: The Surprising Science of How Buildings Shape Our Behavior, Health, and Happiness.
This is Scientific American’s Science Talk, posted on July 30, 2020. I’m Steve Mirsky. On this episode:
That’s Emily Anthes. She was on the podcast back in 2013 to talk about her biotech book Frankenstein’s Cat. Her new book is The Great Indoors: The Surprising Science of How Buildings Shape Our Behavior, Health, and Happiness.
We’ll also listen to a segment, sponsored by AstraZeneca, about easier and more widely available cancer biopsies.
But first, Emily Anthes. I called her at home in Brooklyn. So you’ll also hear some of the authentic sounds of the streets of New York’s most populous borough.
More with Emily Anthes coming up. But first, a segment sponsored by AstraZeneca.
Now more with Emily Anthes, author of The Great Indoors.
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