Nature

Nature Podcast: 2 February 2017

Dodany: 1 lutego 2017

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Bird beaks show how evolution shifts gear, getting to Proxima b, and have physicists made metallic hydrogen?  

Nature Extra: Futures January 2017

Dodany: 31 stycznia 2017

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Futures is Nature's weekly science fiction slot. Shamini Bundell reads you their favourite from January, 'The last robot' by S. L. Huang.

Backchat: January 2017

Dodany: 27 stycznia 2017

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Moonshots, frameworks, catapults – how best to name your science project? Plus, the implications for science of Trump’s first days in office, and the perils of trying to reproduce others’ work.

Nature Podcast: 26 January 2017

Dodany: 25 stycznia 2017

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This week, outer space law, predictive policing and enhancing the wisdom of the crowds.

Nature Podcast: 19 January 2017

Dodany: 18 stycznia 2017

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This week, communication between viruses, reproducing cancer studies, and explaining ‘fairy circles’.

REBROADCAST: Nature PastCast - January 1896

Dodany: 13 stycznia 2017

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Physics in the late nineteenth century was increasingly concerned with things that couldn't be seen. From these invisible realms shot x-rays, discovered by accident by the German scientist William...

Nature Podcast: 12 January 2017

Dodany: 11 stycznia 2017

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This week, ridding New Zealand of rats, making choices in the grocery store, and what to expect in 2017.

Nature Podcast: 22 December 2016

Dodany: 21 grudnia 2016

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It’s our bumper end-of-year show, with a 2016 round-up, holiday reading picks, science carols, word games and more.  

Nature Podcast: 15 December 2016

Dodany: 14 grudnia 2016

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This week, a spray that boosts plant growth and resilience, 3-million-year old hominin footprints, and the seahorse genome. 

REBROADCAST: Nature PastCast - December 1920

Dodany: 9 grudnia 2016

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In the early twentieth century physicists had become deeply entangled in the implications of the quantum theory. Was the world at its smallest scales continuous, or built of discrete units? It all...

Nature Podcast

Dodany: 7 grudnia 2016

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This week, the benefits of randomness, correcting brain waves soothes Alzheimer’s, and the DNA of liberated slaves.

Nature Extra: Futures November 2016

Dodany: 1 grudnia 2016

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Futures is Nature's weekly science fiction slot. Adam Levy reads you his favourite from November, ’Melissa' by Troy Stieglitz.

Nature Podcast: 1 December 2016

Dodany: 30 listopada 2016

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This week, CRISPR’s rival stumbles, Pluto’s icy heart, and is mitochondrial replacement ready for the clinic?

Nature Podcast: 24 November 2016

Dodany: 23 listopada 2016

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Tracking whale shark DNA in seawater, the human computers behind early astronomy, building materials with a microscope, and a new synchrotron starts up in the Middle East.

Nature Backchat: November 2016

Dodany: 21 listopada 2016

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Donald Trump’s impact on research and climate action, and how Nature should discuss politics.

Nature Podcast: 17 November 2016

Dodany: 16 listopada 2016

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This week, your brain on cannabis, testing CRISPR in a human, and what it might be like to live on Mars.

REBROADCAST: Nature PastCast - November 1869

Dodany: 11 listopada 2016

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The first issue of Nature looked very different from today's magazine. It opened with poetry and was written for a general audience. We hear how Nature began, and how it became the iconic science...

Nature Podcast: 10 November 2016

Dodany: 9 listopada 2016

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This week, CERN for the brain, modelling the effects of a climate tax on food, a brain-spine interface helps paralysed monkeys walk, and what Trump's win might mean for science.

Nature Podcast: 3 November 2016

Dodany: 2 listopada 2016

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This week, the earliest humans to roam Australia, Werner Herzog’s new film about volcanoes, and are astronomers turning a blind eye to competing theories?

Nature Extra: Futures October 2016

Dodany: 31 października 2016

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Futures is Nature's weekly science fiction slot. Shamini Bundell reads you her favourite from Month, ’The sixth circle' by J. W. Armstrong.