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Nature Podcast: 14 August 2014

Nature Podcast: 14 August 2014
2 years, 11 months ago 14 August: This week, piles of rubble in space, a caution about epigenetics, pregnancy and blame, and the anatomy of an earthquake.14 Augus

Nature Podcast: 07 August 2014

Nature Podcast: 07 August 2014
2 years, 11 months ago 07 August: This week, corralling carbon nanotubes, a chemist’s dream machine, and an exhibition about an artist who fakes scientific discoveries.07 August: This week, corralling carbon nanotubes, a chemist’s dream machine, and an exhibition about an artist who fakes s

Nature Podcast Extra: Futures

Nature Podcast Extra: Futures
2 years, 11 months ago Futures is Nature's weekly science fiction slot. Lizzie Gibney reads you her favourite from July, Benjy's Birthday, by John Grant.Futures is

Nature Podcast: 31 July 2014

Nature Podcast: 31 July 2014
2 years, 11 months ago 31 July: This week, replaying evolution in the lab, dam-busting to let rivers run free, and the time when asteroids boiled the Earth’s oceans.31 July: This week, replaying evolution in the lab, dam-busting to let rivers run free, and the time when asteroids boiled the

Nature Podcast: 24 July 2014

Nature Podcast: 24 July 2014
2 years, 12 months ago 24 July: This week, a long study of Antarctic seals shows their populations may be in peril, alternative ways of getting energy from nuclear fusion, and researchers tackle the genetics of puberty.24 July: This week, a long study of Antarctic seals shows their population

Nature Podcast: 17 July 2014

Nature Podcast: 17 July 2014
3 years ago 17 July: This week, the protein behind a wasting disorder affecting cancer patients, squeezing diamond to learn about the insides of giant planets, and an exhibition charts the quest to measure longitude on the high seas.17 July: This week, the protein behind a wasting

Nature Podcast: 10 July 2014

Nature Podcast: 10 July 2014
3 years ago 10 July: This week, the STAP papers are retracted, a potential vaccine for fungus-afflicted frogs, and high-res displays for wearable technology.10 July: This week, the STAP papers are retracted, a potential vaccine for fungus-afflicted frogs, and high-res displays for

Nature Podcast Extra: Entertaining science

Nature Podcast Extra: Entertaining science
3 years ago Hollywood film and television producers often call upon scientific advisors to bring credibility to the screen. But what draws these scientists from the lab bench to a film set?Hollywood film and television producers often call upon scientific advisors to bring credibil

Nature Podcast Extra: Futures

Nature Podcast Extra: Futures
3 years ago Futures is Nature's weekly science fiction slot. Kerri Smith reads you her favourite from June, Emancipation, by Joao Ramalho-Santos.Futu

Nature Podcast: 03 July 2014

Nature Podcast: 03 July 2014
3 years ago 03 July: This week, a new Archaeopteryx skeleton wears feather trousers, a way to predict teenage binge drinkers and how the First World War liberated women in science, but not for long.03 July: This week, a new Archaeopteryx skeleton wears feather trousers, a way to pr