Myra Christopher And Bioethics; Madagascar's Oldest Beetle
Before she accepts the Lifetime Achievement Award in Bioethics, we talk with Myra Christopher about what it's been like to spend decades at the center of the debate on the dignity of death.
Plus, one KU scientist just discovered an ultra-rare survivor in Madagascar's whirligig beetle, whose lineage dates back 206 million years.
- Myra Christopher, director, PAINS Project
- Grey Gustafson, postdoctoral research fellow, KU Ecology & Biology