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Join Simon Foster and Chris Scott as they talk about recent science stories in a light-hearted attempt to understand the world a little better.

Join Simon Foster and Chris Scott as they talk about recent science stories in a light-hearted attempt to understand the world a little better.
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Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

Join Simon Foster and Chris Scott as they talk about recent science stories in a light-hearted attempt to understand the world a little better.

Twitter:

@SLScience

Language:

English


Episodes

Sounds Like Science - Episode 32

3/31/2018
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This week Simon & Chris partake in their national sport of discussing the weather, squirrels and space

Duration:00:23:39

Sounds Like Science - Episode 31

2/20/2018
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In this episode, Simon and Chris try to articulate their amazement at the SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch, walking fish and giraffe's necks. @SLScience

Duration:00:29:14

Sounds Like Science - Episode 30

1/27/2018
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In this episode, Simon and Chris discuss the upcoming launch of the Falcon Heavy, cloning monkeys, plastic-infested coral reefs and the merits of waxed paper. @SLScience

Duration:00:30:39

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1/16/2018
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This week Simon and Chris discuss aliens (again), whether ancient carvings represent a prehistoric supernova and salute to the passing of two space heroes before Chris tries to offset Simon's latest climate downer with a story about butterflies.

Duration:00:21:48

Sounds Like Science - Episode 28

12/20/2017
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Join Chris Scott and Simon Foster as they discuss some amazing new advances in medicine, a mysterious visitor from another solar system and an incredible fossil find; a dinosaur tick preserved in amber alongside a feather from its host

Duration:00:24:07

Sounds Like Science - Episode 27

11/1/2017
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In this episode Simon and Chris discuss climate change (again), the death of the dinosaurs (again) and how Viking squirrels are thought to have spread leprosy throughout medieval Europe. They also find time to talk about new exoplanet discoveries and a mysterious asteroid visiting from another solar system. @SLScience

Duration:00:27:25