This might be a stupid question, but...
Parasitic genes, public poop, and the eerie sound of a subway train. What is ... the answer to your stupid question?
What do a hacked Belgian election, a falling airplane and a fleet of runaway cars all have in common? The answer just might lie in the stars.
At a mysterious, muddy site in North Dakota, scientists claim they have a three-hour snapshot of the earth 66 million years ago, on the day the dinosaurs died.
Can IQ tests ever be used ... for good? This episode, we meet a few people who think they can be.
When Albert Einstein died, someone stole his brain — and kicked off a scavenger hunt for genius that won’t seem to let us go.
Rachael is an Associate Producer for Radiolab's Special Projects Unit. She graduated from Cornell with a degree in food science and journalism. Before joining Radiolab, she worked as a cheese curd flipper, pastry chef, and egg scrambler. She also spent some time hanging out at NPR, Politico, and Slate. When she's not writing about herself in the third person, she's probably off baking something with peanut butter or pinching herself about getting to work at Radiolab.