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Nature

02 April 2020: Dating an ancient hominid skull, and an ancient Antarctic rainforest

Dodany: 1 kwietnia 2020

This week, reassessing the age of the ‘Broken Hill skull’, and unearthing evidence of an ancient forest near the South Pole.In this episode:01:25 A skull’s place in historyAfter nearly a century...

Coronapod: Old treatments and new hopes

Dodany: 27 marca 2020

Benjamin Thompson, Noah Baker, and Amy Maxmen discuss efforts to develop treatments for COVID-19.In this episode:02:00 A push for plasmaIn New York, hospitals are preparing to infuse patients with...

25 March 2020: Ultra-fast electrical switches, and computing heart health

Dodany: 25 marca 2020

This week, a speedy, yet simple switch, and a video-based AI helps assess heart health.In this episode:01:57 Speedy switchesResearchers have developed an ultra-fast electrical switch that they hope...

Podcast Extra: Rosamund Pike on portraying Marie Curie

Dodany: 21 marca 2020

Radioactive is a new biopic on Marie Skłodowska Curie with Rosamund Pike taking on the role of Curie. This Podcast Extra is an extended version of reporter Lizzie Gibney's interview with Rosamund,...

Coronapod: “Test, test, test!”

Dodany: 20 marca 2020

In the first of our new podcast series, Benjamin Thompson, Noah Baker, and Amy Maxmen discuss the epidemiology needed to control the Covid-19 outbreak.In this episode:03:57 Testing timesCase...

19 March 2020: Rosamund Pike in Radioactive, and the resurgence of Russian science

Dodany: 18 marca 2020

This week, we speak to Rosamund Pike about her experience portraying Marie Skłodowska Curie, and we find out how science in Russia is changing after years of decline.In this episode:01:43...

Podcast Extra: Coronavirus - science in the pandemic

Dodany: 17 marca 2020

In this Podcast Extra, we hear from epidemiologists, genomicists and social scientists about how they're working to tackle the coronavirus and what they've learned so far. For information...

Long Read Podcast: Are feelings more than skin deep?

Dodany: 13 marca 2020

Research in the 1960s and 1970s suggested that emotional expressions – smiling when happy, scowling when angry, and so on – were universal. This idea stood unchallenged for a generation.But a new...

12 March 2020: An ancient bird trapped in amber, and life beneath the ocean floor

Dodany: 11 marca 2020

This week, a newly discovered bird species from the time of the dinosaurs, and microbes hundreds of metres below the ocean floor.In this episode:00:44 A tiny, toothy, ancient birdResearchers have...

05 March 2020: Ultrafast machine vision, and quicker crystal creation

Dodany: 4 marca 2020

This week, improving computers’ image identification, and a new method for growing crystals.00:44 Upgrading computer sightResearchers have designed a sensor that allows machines to assess images in...

Backchat: Covering coronavirus

Dodany: 28 lutego 2020

In this edition of Backchat we take a deep dive into Nature's coverage of coronavirus. As cases climb, what are some of the challenges involved in reporting on the virus? For information regarding...

27 February 2020: Mapping fruit flies’ neural circuitry, and perfecting the properties of metallic glass

Dodany: 26 lutego 2020

This week, the brain pathways of egg laying in fruit flies, and preventing fractures in metallic glass.In this episode:00:46 Working out the wiring behind fruit fly behaviourResearchers have...

Podcast Extra: How coronavirus is affecting research in South Korea

Dodany: 26 lutego 2020

In recent days, the number of coronavirus cases have surged in South Korea.In this Podcast Extra Nick Howe speaks to Bartosz Gryzbowski, a researcher based in the Ulsan National Institute of...

20 February 2020: Improving battery charging, and harnessing energy from the air

Dodany: 19 lutego 2020

This week, machine learning helps batteries charge faster, and using bacterial nanowires to generate electricity from thin air.In this episode:00:46 Better battery chargingA machine learning...

13 February 2020: The puzzling structures of muddled materials, and paving the way for the quantum internet

Dodany: 12 lutego 2020

This week, uncovering the structure of materials with useful properties, and quantum entanglement over long distances.In this episode:00:45 Analysing Prussian bluesAnalogues of the paint pigment...

06 February 2020: Out-of-office emails and work-life-balance, and an update on the novel coronavirus outbreak

Dodany: 5 lutego 2020

This week, how setting an out-of-office email could help promote a kinder academic culture.In this episode:00:47 Being truly out of officeLast year, a viral tweet about emails sparked a deeper...

30 January 2020: Linking Australian bushfires to climate change, and Asimov's robot ethics

Dodany: 29 stycznia 2020

This week, establishing the role of climate change in Australian bushfires, and revisiting Isaac Asimov’s ethical rules for robots.In this episode:00:46 Behind the bushfiresResearchers are working...

23 January: How stress can cause grey hair, and the attitude needed to tackle climate change

Dodany: 22 stycznia 2020

This week, why stress makes mice turn grey, and how to think about climate change.In this episode:00:45 Going greyAnecdotal evidence has long suggested stressas a cause of grey hair. Now, a team of...

16 January 2020: Strange objects at the centre of the galaxy, and improving measurements of online activity

Dodany: 15 stycznia 2020

In this episode: 00:45 Observing the centre of the galaxyResearchers have uncovered a population of dust-enshrouded objects orbiting the supermassive black hole at the centre of the galaxy.Research...

09 January 2020: A look ahead at science in 2020

Dodany: 8 stycznia 2020

In this episode of the podcast, Nature reporter Davide Castelvecchi joins us to talk about the big science events to look out for in 2020. For information regarding your data privacy, visit...