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Alle zwei Wochen neu: Trends und Ergebnisse aus Forschung und Entwicklung, Porträts deutscher Forscher und Entdecker, aber auch weniger bekannte und doch wichtige Entwicklungen aus der Wissenschaft.

Alle zwei Wochen neu: Trends und Ergebnisse aus Forschung und Entwicklung, Porträts deutscher Forscher und Entdecker, aber auch weniger bekannte und doch wichtige Entwicklungen aus der Wissenschaft.
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Alle zwei Wochen neu: Trends und Ergebnisse aus Forschung und Entwicklung, Porträts deutscher Forscher und Entdecker, aber auch weniger bekannte und doch wichtige Entwicklungen aus der Wissenschaft.

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Spectrum: Only you can prevent cancer

2/14/2019
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You'll read some pretty nasty news in the coming decade about cancer swallowing a record number of victims. That is unavoidable. The good news: Two in every five cases are preventable.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Where has all the sugar gone?

2/8/2019
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At the biggest sweets trade fair in the world, you'd be surprised how many people are fighting against sugar. Where are sugar lovers in the modern-day manifestation of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory?

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: It hurts to let your football team down

1/18/2019
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How can professional athletes who cause their team to lose by their blunders be helped? Also, can snail slime make us prettier? And we talk about asbestos, a very dangerously fine dust.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: The true physics message of Christmas

12/28/2018
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What would you do if you got a text message from an elf — an elf who says Santa doesn't use ANY magic. And this elf invites you to meet him to show you proof of how it all goes down on the 24th.

Duration:00:30:00

Spectrum: A hyperloop dream for Europe

12/7/2018
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Amsterdam to Barcelona in about an hour. Wouldn't it be great if Europe had its very own hyperloop system? Come with us to check out the radical plan being drawn up at the Delft University of Technology.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Goodbye

11/23/2018
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How artificial intelligence is seeping into peculiar corners of medicine, why we should keep an early eye out for dementia, and DW science's Fabian Schmidt bids farewell to his beloved Scottish Terrier.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Your breath smells like emotional tension

11/16/2018
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Follow us into a darkened German cinema to talk about how the stuff we breathe out when we're watching a movie has implications on the future of film ratings — and on a young field of medicine.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Bi bi

11/9/2018
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Half of young British people say they're bisexually inclined, how to become a Jedi warrior right here on planet Earth, and why China's "artificial moons" might be artificial science.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Self-driving carnage

11/2/2018
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Drive into a child, or swerve and hit two grandparents? Such horrendously difficult choices will soon be programmed into ours cars. Cast your own vote in this moral bloodbath of an episode.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: The dogged, interminable struggle with diabetes

10/26/2018
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DW reports from a special conference in Bochum, where experts from around Germany - and Europe - met to discuss the psychological dimension of diabetes. Why is it so hard to live with this metabolic disease?

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Shaken

10/12/2018
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How do you "graduate" astronaut school? We ask Europe's newest astronaut. Also, the strange story of a roaring Himalayan flood, and what you should do in the event of a tsunami.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Lettuce celebrate food!

9/21/2018
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On the show: Can obesity induced inflammation reduce your ability to taste? How much CO² does one sandwich produce? You’ll be surprised.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Artilysin, contraception and Twitter Bot art

9/14/2018
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On this week’s show, it’s been 90 years since the first antibiotic, penicillin, was discovered. We’re going to take the occasion to talk about bacterial resistance, and what may be the future of antibiotics.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Looking at Earth from above

8/31/2018
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Will the UK win the space race and become the first European country with its own spaceport on European soil? Host Jessie Wingard meets an amateur radio operator connecting Earth with the International Space Station.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: An apple a day keeps the doctor away

8/24/2018
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We take a look at how South Africa has become a world leader in penis transplants. Stem cell therapies – miracle cure or harmful to your health? We discuss mental health and climate change.

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Robot for chronically ill children

8/17/2018
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On today’s show – can a robot really stop loneliness for sick kids? We talk to a researcher behind a novel blood test that detects the early signs of Alzheimer’s Disease.

Duration:00:29:56

Spectrum: This is a test

8/10/2018
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We hear from the first 'test tube baby' 40 years later, find hot and bothered Germans (who also sit too much), long live the vanishing king penguin, and the sound of our sun.

Duration:00:29:55

Podcast Wissenschaft: Spectrum - Marijuana, sex, soccer and sleep

7/6/2018
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If Marijuana can make old mice brains younger, does that work with humans too? What is the point of monogamy if our instincts tell us to have sex with as many people as possible? And can robots help us fall asleep?

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Duh, duh duh-duh-duh duh, duh

6/28/2018
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We’re going to be analyzing the song Seven Nation Army, the omnipresent anthem of soccer teams around the world. Why do groups of people sing this song together? What’s going on in our brain when we do that?

Duration:00:29:55

Spectrum: Smart Cities in Finland

6/22/2018
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Going by what the experts tell us, the cities of the future will be digital and connected. Smart cities use smart technology to improve the quality of life for their citizens. In Finland, some of that is already reality.

Duration:00:29:55