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#ShutDownSTEM and the Nature Podcast

Dodany: 10 czerwca 2020

On the tenth of June, Nature will be joining #ShutdownStem #strike4blacklives. We will be educating ourselves and defining actions we can take to help eradicate anti-Black racism in academia and...

Coronapod: The heavy toll on people of colour

Dodany: 5 czerwca 2020

In this episode:00:45 Black Lives MatterThe killing of George Floyd, a black man, by police in Minnesota has sent a shockwave of anger around the globe. As unrest continues, we discuss the protests...

Lab-made skin grows its own hair

Dodany: 3 czerwca 2020

This week, a new method to grow hairy skin in a dish, and new research takes aim at the RNA world hypothesis.In this episode:00:45 Hairy SkinResearchers may have developed a way to make skin that...

Coronapod: The divisive hydroxychloroquine study that's triggering mass confusion

Dodany: 29 maja 2020

00:59 Chloroquine on rocky groundPresident Trump's preferred coronavirus treatment is the focus of a new study suggesting it could cause more harm than good, but not everybody agrees. We discuss...

Coronapod: The divisive hydroxychloroquine study that's triggering mass confusion

Dodany: 29 maja 2020

00:59 Chloroquine on rocky groundPresident Trump's preferred coronavirus treatment is the focus of a new study suggesting it could cause more harm than good, but not everybody agrees. We discuss...

Super-efficient catalyst boosts hopes for hydrogen fuel

Dodany: 27 maja 2020

This week, perfecting catalysts that split water using light, and the mystery of missing matter in the Universe.In this episode:00:44 Water splittingAfter decades of research scientists have...

Super-efficient catalyst boosts hopes for hydrogen fuel

Dodany: 27 maja 2020

This week, perfecting catalysts that split water using light, and the mystery of missing matter in the Universe.In this episode:00:44 Water splittingAfter decades of research scientists have...

Coronapod: Hope and caution greet vaccine trial result, and Trump vs the WHO

Dodany: 22 maja 2020

01:38 Trump vs the WHOPresident Trump has given the WHO an ultimatum in a tweet, threatening to pull out of the organisation within 30 days unless unclear demands are met. We discuss what this...

Coronapod: Hope and caution greet vaccine trial result, and Trump vs the WHO

Dodany: 22 maja 2020

01:38 Trump vs the WHOPresident Trump has given the WHO an ultimatum in a tweet, threatening to pull out of the organisation within 30 days unless unclear demands are met. We discuss what this...

A synthetic eye that 'sees' like a human

Dodany: 20 maja 2020

This week, crafting an artificial eye with the benefits of a human's, and understanding how disk-galaxies formed by peering back in time.In this episode:00:45 Biomimetic eyeResearchers fabricate an...

A synthetic eye that 'sees' like a human

Dodany: 20 maja 2020 - Średnia ocen: 5

This week, crafting an artificial eye with the benefits of a human's, and understanding how disk-galaxies formed by peering back in time.In this episode:00:45 Biomimetic eyeResearchers fabricate an...

Coronapod: The misinformation pandemic, and science funding fears

Dodany: 15 maja 2020

With questionable coronavirus content flooding airwaves and online channels, what’s being done to limit its impact? In this episode: 00:57 The epidemiology of misinformationAs the pandemic spreads,...

Coronapod: The misinformation pandemic, and science funding fears

Dodany: 15 maja 2020

With questionable coronavirus content flooding airwaves and online channels, what’s being done to limit its impact? In this episode: 00:57 The epidemiology of misinformationAs the pandemic spreads,...

The super-sleuth who spots trouble in science papers, and the puzzle of urban smog

Dodany: 13 maja 2020

This week, Elisabeth Bik tells us about her work uncovering potential image manipulation, and a new route for particulate pollution formation.In this episode:00:45 Seeing doubleElisabeth Bik spends...

The super-sleuth who spots trouble in science papers, and the puzzle of urban smog

Dodany: 13 maja 2020

This week, Elisabeth Bik tells us about her work uncovering potential image manipulation, and a new route for particulate pollution formation.In this episode:00:45 Seeing doubleElisabeth Bik spends...

Coronapod: The dangers of ignoring outbreaks in homeless shelters, plus coronavirus and drug abuse

Dodany: 8 maja 2020

Outbreaks among those unable to isolate are spreading under the radar. We hear about the researchers scrambling to get a handle on the situation.In this episode:01:02 How is coronavirus spreading...

Coronapod: The dangers of ignoring outbreaks in homeless shelters, plus coronavirus and drug abuse

Dodany: 8 maja 2020

Outbreaks among those unable to isolate are spreading under the radar. We hear about the researchers scrambling to get a handle on the situation.In this episode:01:02 How is coronavirus spreading...

07 May 2020: Galileo and the science deniers, and physicists probe the mysterious pion

Dodany: 6 maja 2020

This week, a new way to study elusive subatomic particles - pions, and the story of Galileo remains relevant in a time of modern science denialism.In this episode:00:46 Probing pionsPions are...

07 May 2020: Galileo and the science deniers, and physicists probe the mysterious pion

Dodany: 6 maja 2020

This week, a new way to study elusive subatomic particles - pions, and the story of Galileo remains relevant in a time of modern science denialism.In this episode:00:46 Probing pionsPions are...

Coronapod: What use are contact tracing apps? And new hopes for coronavirus drug remdesivir

Dodany: 1 maja 2020

The Coronapod team pick through the latest news, plus we hear from the researchers making lemonade out of lockdown lemons.In this episode:01:10 Can contact-tracing apps help?Governments around the...