Lauren Vogelbaum is a writer and performer around Atlanta and the internet. After her stints on the TechStuff and Fw:Thinking podcasts, she co-created Savor to pursue her interests in biochemistry and microbiology without feeling too much like a supervillain in training. You can also find her hosting BrainStuff, researching bugs, and inhabiting local comics shops and grocers. She’s certainly not training a well-read insect army, and she’s pretty much always hungry.
Recent episodes featuring Lauren Vogelbaum
The so-called Birthday Paradox isn't a true paradox -- it's a fascinating example of how bad humans are at off-the-cuff probability. Learn what the Birthday Paradox is and how it works in this episode of BrainStuff. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Our breath can smell bad for a number of reasons, but it tends to be worse first thing in the morning. Learn why in this classic episode of BrainStuff. Learn more about your ad-choices at
New Orleans’ cuisines developed over centuries as new peoples made the city their home. We chat with Louisianan chef Amy Sins about growing up with Cajun and Creole foods, preserving the traditions of the past, and creating new traditions for the future. Learn more about your ad-choices at
Many humans enjoy eating chocolate -- but is it because of the taste, or because of compounds in the candy that simulate happiness in our brains? Learn about how chocolate affects us in this episode of BrainStuff. Learn more about your ad-choices at
These Polish dumplings are often filled with mashed potatoes and cheese, but there are as many varieties of pierogi as there are people who love them. Anney and Lauren dig into the history and culture of the pierogi. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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2 weeks, 7 hours