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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Nature Podcast: 17 April 2014


17 April: This week, how egg and sperm hook up, how the countryside benefits biodiversity, and harnessing the sun’s power for the developing world.


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 2014-04-16  36m
 
 

Nature Podcast Extra: The man who couldn’t stop


Nature Extra: Nature editor David Adam has lived with OCD for 20 years. In a new book he talks about his experiences and sets out our current understanding of the condition.


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 2014-04-11  24m
 
 

Nature Podcast: 10 April 2014


10 April: This week, a nasty parasite that eats cells alive, an ecological experiment floods the Colorado River delta, and the truth behind being an IPCC contributor.


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 2014-04-09  36m
 
 

Nature Podcast: 3 April 2014


3 April: This week, using the immune system to attack cancer, mapping the prenatal brain, and fifty years on from the discovery of an ancient human species. Plus, our favourite entries to Nature’s snappy sci-fi story competition, MicroFutures.


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 2014-04-02  38m
 
 

Nature Podcast Extra: Futures


Futures is Nature's weekly science fiction slot. Now its sister title Nature Physics has followed suit, publishing a sci-fi story each month. Kerri Smith reads you this month’s tale, The stuff we don’t do, by Marissa Lingen.


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 2014-04-01  15m
 
 

Nature Podcast: 27 March 2014


27 March: This week, how gastric band surgery really works, a dwarf planet in the outer Solar System has a friend, and a physicist suggests a way to make quantum physics less puzzling.


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 2014-03-26  38m
 
 

Nature Podcast: 20 March 2014


20 March: This week, how a mother’s vitamin A deficiency impacts her baby’s immunity, why scientists are improvising, a new brain implant listens as well as talks to the brain, and the beginning of the Universe.


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 2014-03-19  36m