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Nature Podcast: 26 March 2015

By Nature Publishing Group This week, the role of black holes in growing galaxies, Dragon’s Den for scientists, and ice inside our bodies. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Nature Podcast

Nature Extra: Backchat

By Nature Publishing Group Where will NASA’s next planetary mission go? Plus, a gene editing technique comes under fire, and the American editors’ biggest language gripes. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast: 19 March 2015

By Nature Publishing Group This week, bright light’s protective effect on the developing eyeball, early photography’s impact on science and the British genome unveiled. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Nature Podcast

Audiofile: Music and the making of science

By Nature Publishing Group Is music simply a pleasant accompaniment to thought, or a driving force behind it? This show examines music’s influence on the development of modern science and the foundations of acoustics. Lute music courtesy of Naxos Licensing. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast: 12 March 2015

By Nature Publishing Group This week, how English became the dominant language of science, carbon capture gets a boost and how to define the Anthropocene. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Nature Podcast

Nature Extra: Futures

By Nature Publishing Group Futures is Nature’s weekly science fiction slot. Noah Baker reads you his favourite from February, Good for something by Deborah Walker. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast: 12 February 2015

Article Abstract: This week, sequencing the genomes of Darwin’s finches, financial trading nears light speed, and an ancient book of optics. from Nature Podcast Click Here To Read Full Article Visit Nature Podcast for more great articles.

Nature Podcast: 15 January 2015

Article Abstract: This week, what hibernation could tell us about brain degeneration, a new journal all about plants, and where to go if climate change is claiming your home. from Nature Podcast Click Here To Read Full Article Visit Nature Podcast for more great articles.

Audiofile: What is it like to be a bat?

Article Abstract: Bat ecologists are trying to find out, philosophers argue we may never understand, and one blind woman knows better than anyone. In this episode of Audiofile, Nature’s sound science series: what bats can teach us about the limits of human perception. from Nature Podcast Click Here To Read Full Article Visit Nature Podcast…

Nature Podcast: 08 January 2015

Article Abstract: This week, what to expect in 2015, including dwarf planet hunts, the reopening of the LHC, a new antibiotic and an estimate of scientists’ coffee consumption. from Nature Podcast Click Here To Read Full Article Visit Nature Podcast for more great articles.

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