Catalyst: Best of Season 2

Revisit some of our favorite stories from Season 2, including topics such as jaguar migrations, hot playgrounds, autism and ant antibiotics. Then, take a sneak peek at what we’re working on for Season 3.

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In this segment:

SCIENCE OF CONCUSSIONS
Steve Corman, ASU College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Diego Mastroeni, ASU School of Life Sciences
Anikar Chhabra, ASU football team doctor

JAGUAR MIGRATIONS
Andy Martinez, ASU School of Life Sciences
Chelsey Tellez, Arizona Center for Nature Conservation
Jeff Gagnon, AZ Game & Fish
Juan Carlos Bravo, Wildlands Network

HOT PLAYGROUNDS
Jennifer Vanos, ASU School of Sustainability

ACOUSTIC ECOLOGY
Garth Paine, ASU School of Arts Media and Engineering
Sabine Feisst, ASU School of Music
Kyle Hoefer, ASU School of Arts Media and Engineering

AUTISM AND AGING
Blair Braden, ASU College of Health Solutions

ANT ANTIBIOTICS
Clint Penick, ASU Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability

COMING IN SEASON 3
Sethuraman Panchanathan, ASU Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development
Bruce Anderson, Pima County forensic anthropologist
Gwyneth Gordon, ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration
Siddhartha Angadi, ASU College of Health Solutions
Jim Bell, ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration

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