Today’s podcast is about the fall. It’s that time of year once again. The leaves are changing, school is back in session, and the pumpkins are rolling in. This week we’re honoring one of our favorite seasons by talking with three distinct guests that pay homage to our autumnal traditions.
We’ll talk with Bruce Klitzman, Duke University associate professor of surgery, biomedical engineering, and cell biology, developed erasable tattoo ink
We’ll also chat with Lukas Blakk, founder of the AscendProject.org, an organization supporting women, LGBTQ communities and other minorities that fall through the cracks in learning open source software development.
Lastly, for our Third Eye perspective into the question this week we’ll wrap it up by talking with founder of Brooklyn’s Morbid Anatomy Museum, Joanna Ebenstein. She’ll discuss with us how she came to open the museum, and share some of her meditations on death.
Be sure to watch our video when we take our question of the week out to the streets!
Also you can watch our interview with Joanna Ebenstein, cofounder of the Morbid Anatomy Museum.
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