Science Magazine Podcast

Weekly podcasts from Science Magazine, the world's leading journal of original scientific research, global news, and commentary.

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Fossilized dinosaur proteins, and making a fridge from rubber bands


On this week’s show: New insights into dinosaurs from 300-million-year-old molecules, and stretching rubber bands and twisting memory metals to cool things down


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An app for eye disease, and planting memories in songbirds


On this week’s show: Detecting childhood eye disease in old photos, and inserting memories into zebra finches


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Privacy concerns slow Facebook studies, and how human fertility depends on chromosome counts


On this week’s show: Social scientists are waiting impatiently for a trove of Facebook data held up by privacy concerns, and fertility researchers examine why so many human eggs have the wrong number of chromosomes


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Cooling Earth with asteroid dust, and 3 billion missing birds


On this week’s show: How dust from an asteroid breakup might have triggered an ice age, and billions of North American birds have vanished


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Studying human health at 5100 meters, and playing hide and seek with rats


On this week’s show: We hear about a gold mining town more than 5 kilometers above sea level, and learn why studying play behavior is important


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 2019-09-12  27m
 
 

Searching for a lost Maya city, and measuring the information density of language


On this week’s show: Archaeologists search for a mysterious city that evaded Spanish conquistadors for a century, and linguists find that—no matter how complex their structure—many languages convey information at the same rate


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 2019-09-05  27m
 
 

Where our microbiome came from, and how our farming and hunting ancestors transformed the world


On this week’s show: A survey of microbes in Hawaii reveals how plants and animals get their microbiomes, and a crowdsourced map of how our early ancestors altered the world


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 2019-08-29  30m
 
 

Promising approaches in suicide prevention, and how to retreat from climate change


On this week’s show: Three promising prevention strategies to save lives, and how one researcher recommends integrating relocation into our long-term climate change goals


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 2019-08-22  26m
 
 

One million ways to sex a chicken egg, and how plastic finds its way to Arctic ice


On this week’s show: Researchers bring in MRI, AI, and CRISPR to figure out the sex of unhatched chickens, and microplastic finds a route to the far north


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 2019-08-15  22m
 
 

Next-generation cellphone signals could interfere with weather forecasts, and monitoring smoke from wildfires to model nuclear winter


Weather forecasters express concerns about new cellphone technology, and what smoke plumes can reveal about the aftermath of nuclear bombs


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 2019-08-08  23m