Nature Podcast

The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and provide in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors. For complete access to the original papers featured in the Nature Podcast, subscribe to Nature.

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Coronapod: the latest on COVID and sporting events


Early in 2021 the United Kingdom, along with several other countries, allowed mass gatherings as part of a series of controlled studies aimed at better understanding the role events could play in the pandemic. The goal was to inform policy - however ea...


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How the US is rebooting gun violence research


Funding for gun violence research in the US returns after a 20-year federal hiatus, and the glass sponges that can manipulate ocean currents.


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Coronapod: Does England's COVID strategy risk breeding deadly variants?


The UK government has announced that virtually all COVID restrictions will be removed in England on Monday 18th July. This will do away with social distancing requirements, allow businesses to re-open to full capacity and remove legal mask mandates. Th...


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How deadly heat waves expose historic racism


Heat waves have disproportionate impacts on minorities in US cities, and after critiquing his own papers a researcher extols the value of self-criticism.


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Coronapod: Will COVID become a disease of the young?


For much of the pandemic, the greatest burden of disease has been felt by older generations. But now, for the first time, vaccine roll outs are starting to skew the average age of those infections towards the young. This has led many researchers to ask...


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Food shocks and how to avoid them


Addressing the problem of sudden food scarcity in US cities, and the up-and-coming field of computational social science.


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Coronapod: the biomarker that could change COVID vaccines


Since the beginning oft he pandemic, researchers have searched for a biomarker which indicates immune protection from COVID-19 known as a correlate of protection. Now, the team developing the Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine have published the first...


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The scientist whose hybrid rice helped feed billions


A historian reflects on the life of Chinese crop scientist Yuan Longping, and the possible influence of geothermal energy production on earthquake aftershocks.


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Audio long-read: How COVID exposed flaws in evidence-based medicine


This is an audio version of our feature: How COVID broke the evidence pipeline


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Coronapod: should you have a COVID vaccine when breastfeeding?


Early vaccine trials did not include pregnant or breastfeeding people which left some people asking whether COVID vaccines are safe and effective for those who are breastfeeding. The latest data suggests that they are and in this episode of Co...


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