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Recent Episodes

17. Bioprinting Can Do What?

No longer just science fiction, bio-printing can solve a lot of important social problems like creating organs, helping us produce homes, and even make food. Tune in to learn more about all that bioprinting can do and how!

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16. Marvel of MDMA

MDMA, molly, ecstasy, all of these are words for the same drug: 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine. MDMA is classified as a schedule 1 drug with no medicinal use and widely thought of as a party drug, but does it actually have the potential to change the lives of those with PTSD? Find out in today’s episode as we explore the history and recent literature on MDMA.

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15. Brain on Fire

UNCA Mass Comm majors Lizzie Menta and Danny Secor discuss the movie Brain on Fire and its hidden commentary of the unspoken, life-or-death problem within the United States mental health system.

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About the show

Club Kaur is an interdisciplinary podcast exploring science stories. Hosted by Dr. Angel Kaur, Associate Professor of Neuroscience at UNC Asheville, each episode is created by undergraduate students enrolled in one of Dr. Kaur’s classes. Join us as we delve into a variety of topics with one simple goal – to get it less wrong.

This page is also host to blog posts written by Dr. Kaur on topics related to teaching and learning, including using gameplay in learning, and using graphic design to solve teaching problems.

Meet the Hosts

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Angel Kaur

Angel Kaur is an Associate Professor of Neuroscience at UNC Asheville. She holds a PhD in cell and molecular neuroscience from The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, CA, and a BA in Biology from Bryn Mawr College. 

Undergraduates at UNC Asheville

Each episode of Club Kaur is created by undergraduates enrolled in one of Dr. Kaur’s classes including the following courses: Neuropharmacology,  Neuroscience Fiction in Film, Science Communication.

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