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Nature is a weekly international journal publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science. The Nature Podcast is a free weekly audio show highlighting content from each issue, and interviews with the scientists creating the data.

Nature is a weekly international journal publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science. The Nature Podcast is a free weekly audio show highlighting content from each issue, and interviews with the scientists creating the data.
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Nature is a weekly international journal publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science. The Nature Podcast is a free weekly audio show highlighting content from each issue, and interviews with the scientists creating the data.

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English


Episodes

19 July 2018: DNA scaffolds, climate-altering microbes, and a robot chemist

7/18/2018
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This week, tougher DNA nanostructures, climate-altering permafrost microbes, and using a robot to discover chemical reactions.

Duration:00:27:03

12 July 2018: Rats, reefs, and career streaks

7/11/2018
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This week, rats and coral reefs, charting successful careers streaks, and Cape Town’s water crisis.

Duration:00:32:40

A DNA computer, the koala genome, and the invisibility of LGBTQ+ researchers

7/4/2018
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This week, investigating the koala genome, the issues facing LGBTQ+ researchers, and a DNA-based neural network.

Duration:00:31:17

Backchat June 2018: Lab health, email briefings, and CRISPR

6/29/2018
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In this month’s roundtable, we discuss lab health, email briefings, and how science stories can affect the stock market.

Duration:00:19:37

27 June 2018: Air pollution, sick plants, and stress

6/27/2018
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This week, the relationship between air pollution and infant death in Africa, stressed brains, and diagnosing sick plants from afar.

Duration:00:29:38

21 June 2018: Pancreatic cancer, silica cages, and AI bias

6/20/2018
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This week, pancreatic cancer-related weight loss, tiny silica cages, and bias in Artificial Intelligence algorithms.

Duration:00:27:52

14 June 2018: Baobab tree death, zebrafish stem cells, and ice in Antarctica

6/13/2018
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This week, the mysterious death of African baobab trees, Antarctica’s past, present, and future, and how zebrafish protect their stem cells.

Duration:00:33:35

07 June 2018: Magnetic animal migration, cold enzymes, and mouse memory

6/6/2018
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This week, making enzymes work better in the cold, short-term memory production in mice, and magnetic detection in animals.

Duration:00:31:10

31 May 2018: Boosing diversity in physics, and life after an asteroid impact

5/30/2018
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This week, boosting diversity in physics graduate programs, and life’s recovery after a massive asteroid impact.

Duration:00:24:47

24 May 2018: Climate costs, cleverer cab journeys, and peering through matter with muons

5/23/2018
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This week, estimating the economic cost of climate change, a new solution to the Minimum Fleet Problem, and the flourishing field of muography.

Duration:00:32:25

17 May 2018: Probing the proton, research misconduct, and making sense of mystery genes

5/16/2018
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This week, peering inside the proton, identifying the pitfalls of research misconduct, and identifying what bacterial genes of unknown function actually do.

Duration:00:28:22

10 May 2018: AI neuroscience, liquid crystals, and depression in academia

5/9/2018
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This week, artificial intelligence recreates our sense of place, liquid crystals deliver cargo, and experiencing depression in academia.

Duration:00:30:12

03 May 2018: Building early embryos, the fear response in mice, and ancient rhino remains

5/2/2018
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This week, constructing early embryos, how mice react to danger, and what an ancient butchered rhino is telling us about hominin migration.

Duration:00:29:49

26 April 2018: Mini brains, and an updated enzyme image

4/25/2018
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This week, the ethical questions raised by model minds, and an updated view on an enzyme that keeps chromosomes protected.

Duration:00:21:38

Backchat April 2018: Sexual harassment celebrity scientists

4/20/2018
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In this month’s roundtable, we discuss celebrity scientists, sexual harassment in research, and the science behind a social media scandal.

Duration:00:28:09

19 April 2018: Synchronised shrimp, supernova science, and spring books.

4/18/2018
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This week, tiny sea creatures with potentially big effects, the science of a supernova, and a roundup of spring books.

Duration:00:32:05

12 April 2018: The power of remote sensing, and watching a neutron star glitch

4/11/2018
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This week, looking for glitchy signals from neutron stars, and using remote sensing in research.

Duration:00:23:17

05 April 2018: Human's influence on the Mississippi and 'dirty' mice

4/4/2018
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This week, dissecting human influence on the Mississippi's floods, and getting 'dirty' mice into the lab.

Duration:00:24:58

29 March 2018: AI in chemistry, and liquid droplets in living cells.

3/28/2018
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This week, testing a neural network's chemistry skills, and what the physics of droplets is teaching us about the biology of cells.

Duration:00:24:00

22 March 2018: Mexican cavefish, the gut microbiome, and a wearable brain scanner.

3/21/2018
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This week, glucose metabolism in Mexican cavefish, the effect of non-antibiotic drugs on gut microbes, and a wearable brain scanner.

Duration:00:30:08