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  1. EUSci Podcast #105 2015/06/16
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  2. EUSci Podcast #104 2015/02/28
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  3. EUSci Podcast #103 2015/01/02
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  4. EUSci Podcast #102 2014/12/04
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  5. EUSci Podcast # 101 2014/11/12
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  6. EUSci Podcast #100 2014/09/23

    Welcome back everyone! Episode 100 of the EUSci podcast is finally here after our summer break. Tune in to find out why the vampire’s trick of sucking youth from the young might not be quite the myth you thought it was. Not only that but we also have the fastest flash ever made and how mice use urine for much more than we thought.
  7. EUSci Podcast #99 2014/05/20

    Hi everyone and welcome to episode 99 of the EUSci podcast. Stay tuned for the latest news on why Mercury is getting wrinkles in its old age and how you can hide objects from sound. If that’s not enough, we answer the age old debate about whether the “5 second rule” really applies to food dropped on the floor.
  8. EUSci Podcast #98 2014/05/12

    Hi everyone, welcome to Episode 98 of the EUSci podcast. On this show we discover how slime moulds could design a new London Underground and the latest updates on the quest for a spinal paralysis cure. And if that’s not enough, find out what penguins think of the British weather.
  9. EUSci Podcast #97 2014/04/02
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  10. EUSci Podcast #96 2014/02/27

    Welcome to episode 96 of the EUSci podcast. I'm your host Dave and in this episode we'll bring you everything from the cosmic web of dark matter criss-crossing our universe to flying jellyfish. And for all the ladies out there, we have the latest hi-tech clothing invention which is likely to give you a bit of a surprise.
  11. EUSci Podcast #95 2014/02/19

    Welcome to episode 95 of the EUSci podcast. In this episode, Arjan will lead us through the latest weird and wonderful scientific discoveries including personalised medicine and super-magnets as well as the latest attempts to translate dog barks into human speech. And if that’s not enough, we will also discuss the pros and cons of the big data era.
  12. EUSci Podcast #94 2014/01/14
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  13. EUSci Podcast #93 2014/01/10

    Hi everyone and welcome to episode 93 of the EUSci podcast. Keep listening to find out the latest ways to quit smoking and hear our views on E-cigarettes. However, if you’re more interested in the charge level of your phone, Dave tells us the latest news on improving battery performance with viruses.
  14. EUSci Podcast #92 2013/12/18

    Welcome to episode 92 of the EUSci podcast. In this episode, our host, Alex, will take us through a jam packed schedule to bring you all of the latest news on topics such as trees that mark where gold may be found and how babies learn morality. We’ll also have an in depth discussion on the pros and cons of Thorium as a fuel for nuclear fission.
  15. EUSci Podcast #91 2013/11/25
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  16. EUSci Podcast #90 2013/10/22

    In this show Steph will tell us how the phrase “green fingered” will have new meaning with the development of glow in the dark plants and Alasdair will give us the details on the latest advances in prosthetic limbs. We also have one last chat with Chris before he retires as producer and disappears across the Atlantic but we look forward to his external correspondents.
  17. EUSci Podcast #89 2013/09/30
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  18. EUSci Podcast #88 2013/08/09

    Hello and welcome to Episode 88 of the EuSci Podcast – your fortnightly hit of news and chat from the world of science. I’m your host Rowan and this week we’ll be looking at what’s really happening in the brain when ideas go viral, while Alasdair tells us how to grow a human liver in a mouse’s head! We'll also be discussing the ethical dilemma of genetic screening.
  19. EUSci Podcast #87 2013/07/31

    Welcome to Episode 87 of the EUSci Podcast. In this show we bring you up to date on the latest discoveries including cabbage clocks, invisibility cloaks and penguin shaped galaxies. If that doesn’t grab your attention, we also discuss how glowing eels can help with jaundice and why naked mole rats may be ugly but they do have a trick up their sleeve when it comes to combating cancer.
  20. EUSci Podcast #86 2013/07/22

    In this episode, find out how you can strengthen tungsten with tungsten, predict when cicadas will appear and make a solar panel as cheaply as paint. We also have an in depth discussion around proposals to pay blood donors. What do you think? And for all of you suffering from bad hay fever or insect bites this summer, we bring you the latest findings on what really makes you itch.
  21. EUSci Podcast #85 2013/06/10
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  22. EUSci Podcast #84 2013/05/20
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  23. EUSci Podcast #83 2013/05/01
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  24. EUSci Podcast #82 2013/03/30
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  25. EUSci Podcast #81 2013/03/16
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  26. EUSci Podcast #80 2013/02/27
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  27. EUSci Podcast #79 2013/02/14

    In this, Episode 79 of the EUSci podcast, we take a look at efforts by British researchers to store and retrieve information in DNA, as well as what Dung beatles might have in common with sailors. Our EUWhat has a sex theme with bad news for the cohabiting straight male neat-freaks out there, and course we have news including insights into the sex lives of our furry friends- the bats.
  28. EUSci Podcast #78 2013/02/01
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  29. EUSci Podcast #77 2012/12/06
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  30. EUSci Podcast #76 2012/11/22
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  31. EUSci Podcast #75 2012/11/06
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  32. EUSci Podcast Extra - Nobels 2012 2012/11/04
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  33. EUSci Podcast #74 2012/10/25
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  34. EUSci Podcast #73 2012/10/14
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  35. EUSci Podcast #72 2012/09/30

    In this show, we have taken on a bit of a DNA theme following the recent release of the ENCODE results. However, we still have the latest stories from all areas of science including an update on the Voyager space probes and why you should never be mean to a crow. Add to that the usual titbits in our news and roundup sections, and we hope we have a recipe you will enjoy.
  36. EUSci Podcast Extra - Keira Daley at the Fringe 2012/09/10

    The star of the LadyNerd show at Fringe Festival, Keira Daley is a writer, singer, actress, and most importantly a nerd! Our producer Chris interviewed her about her show, about ladies in science--past, present and future-- and her favourite video games!

    This is the full verion of an interview you may have heard an excerpt of in our Fringe Special.
  37. EUSci Podcast Extra - Richard Wiseman at the Fringe 2012/09/10

    During the Edinburgh Fringe our producer Chris caught up with Professor Richard Wiseman, psychologist, magician, author, sceptic and YouTube phenomenon. You may have heard a snippet of this on our Fringe special- but here's the whole shebang.

    They talk about his Fringe show 'Psychobable', his books, his journal articles and the nature of psychology as a science.
  38. EUSci Podcast Extra: Science at the Fringe 2012 2012/08/26
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  39. EUSci Podcast #71 2012/08/16
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  41. EUSci Podcast #69 2012/07/16
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  42. EUSci Podcast #68 2012/06/20
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  43. EUSci Podcast #67 2012/05/30
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  44. EUSci Podcast Extra - Sean Roberts on spurious correlation 2012/05/13
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  45. EUSci Podcast #66 2012/05/03
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  46. EUSci Podcast Extra - Daniel Casasanto, cognitive scientist of the New School For Social Research 2012/04/25
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  47. EUSci Podcast #65 2012/04/11
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  48. EUSci Podcast #64 2012/03/28
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  49. EUSci Podcast #63 2012/03/14
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  50. EUSci Podcast #62 2012/02/29
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  51. EUSci Podcast #61 2012/02/14
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  52. EUSci Podcast #60 2012/01/26
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  53. EUSci Podcast #59 2011/12/20


    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about wooly mammoths, 4.74 degrees of separation and snow-free Christmas at Santa's headquarters.

    Our discussion centres around deadly ferret flu and whether dangerous research should be published.

    Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we learn about a peculiar kind of race: cell racing.

  54. EUSci Podcast #58 2011/12/06
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  55. EUSci Podcast #57 2011/11/09
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  56. EUSci Podcast #56 2011/10/07
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  57. EUSci Podcast #55 2011/09/25

    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about zombie ladybugs, bilingualism and the Higgs.

    For our feature, Edward Duca interviews science blogger Ed Jong at the World Conference of Science Journalists in Doha.

    Our Controversy of the Week deals with Measle vaccinations. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss the best way to board a passenger plane.
  58. EUSci Podcast Extra - Conversation with AI Researchers 2011/09/13

    Frank Dondelinger went over to the Informatics Forum to talk to Artificial Intelligence researchers Sethu Vijayakumar and Austin Tate about the past and future of AI, the view of the public on robots and intelligent computers, The Terminator and other depictions of AI in the media, and whether we should be worried about Skynet taking over the world.
  59. EUSci Podcast #54 2011/08/02

    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about gene therapy and wandering Jupiter.

    Our Controversy of the Week deals with the famous Stanford Prison Experiment. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss whether one can become addicted to food.
  60. EUSci Podcast #53 2011/07/13
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  61. EUSci Podcast #52 2011/06/28
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  62. EUSci Podcast Extra - Podcasting Panel at BSA Science Communication Conference 2011/06/19

    Our roving podcaster Frank Dondelinger went down to the British Science Association Science Communication Conference in London to take part in a Science Podcasting panel. On the panel were Martin Austwick from Bright Club and Answer Me This, Ben Valsler from the Naked Scientists and Elizabeth Hauke from the Short Science podcast.
  63. EUSci Podcast #51 2011/06/08

    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about self-assembling RNA and improving antibiotic effectiveness.

    Our Controversy of the Week deals with the science of altruism. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss why active learning is better than lectures.
  64. EUSci Podcast Extra - Edinburgh Science Festival 2011 2011/05/29
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  65. EUSci Podcast #50 2011/05/17
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  66. EUSci Podcast #49 2011/04/02

    This episode covers a potential new solution to a problem with the standard model of physics, spacefaring microbes, and new developments in quantum computing. Our controversy of the week covers a new study predicting the demise of religion in some western nations, and our EUWhat centres on the worrying juxtaposition of two things: spider bites and penises.
  67. EUSci Podcast #48 2011/03/23


    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about the co-existence of languages and human evolution.

    Our Controversy of the Week deals with bad science in the media. In our feature, we talk about neurodegenerative diseases. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss why tech nerds don't get much sleep.

  68. EUSci Podcast #47 2011/03/08

    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about the hidden benefits of being bilingual, telomeres, and the anti-laser.

    Our Controversy of the Week deals with the question of whether women really prefer a bad boy. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss a video game that is controlled by kissing.
  69. EUSci Podcast #46 2011/02/19
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  70. EUSci Podcast #45 2011/02/10

    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about partition numbers, memory issues and the incredible shrinking kilogram.

    We also feature an investigation into famous historical female scientists in Edinburgh and elsewhere. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss the amazing finding that losing weight increases your mobility.
  71. EUSci Podcast #44 2011/01/29

    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about swine flu benefits, sniffing women's tears, and very strong glass.

    We also feature an interview with a researchers about malaria parasites and jet-lag. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss some crazy animal sexual techniques.
  72. EUSci Podcast #43 2010/12/15

    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about biomimetics, ageing mice, and much more.

    Our Controversy of the Week discusses whether mercury causes homosexual behaviour in ibises. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we find out why a woman claims to own the Sun. That's the celestial body, not the newspaper.
  73. EUSci Podcast #42 2010/12/03
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  74. EUSci Podcast #41 2010/11/16
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  75. EUSci Podcast #40 2010/11/08


    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about cold dead stars, science cuts, induced synesthesia, and much more.

    We also feature an interview with a researcher on malaria-transmitting parasites. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we investigate why men care more about their partner's orgasm if they fear that they may have rivals.

  76. EUSci Podcast #39 2010/10/23


    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about ants (yes, again), weird proteins, making electricity from urine and much more.

    We also feature an interview with two interdisciplinary PhD students about their experiences. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we cover the ever-popular Ig Nobel prizes.

  77. EUSci Podcast #38 2010/10/01


    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about protein folding, M-theory, artificial skin and much more.

    There is no interview today, but in our EU-What?! segment, we discover which dance moves might attract the ladies.

  78. EUSci Podcast #37 2010/09/24


    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about zombie ants, gecko robots, MAGNETARS and much more.

    We also feature an interview with Dr Peter Lovatt, about the psychology of dance. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discover why old people like to hear stories about bad things happening to young people.

  79. EUSci Podcast Extra - AIDS 2010 2010/09/05

    Our roving reporter Katie Marwick went to the AIDS 2010 conference in Vienna and interviewed researchers and participants about the state of HIV and AIDS research and policies.
  80. EUSci Podcast #36 2010/08/26
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  81. EUSci Podcast Extra - Science at the Fringe 2010 2010/08/16
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  82. EUSci Podcast #35 2010/08/11


    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about cheating plants, mosquitos, targetting viruses and much more.

    We also feature an interview with Charles Nicolette at the AIDS 2010 conference, about trials of therapeutic vaccines for HIV. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss why trauma victims should take ecstasy.

  83. EUSci Podcast Extra - Interview with Martin Austwick 2010/08/02


    Listen to our exclusive interview with Dr Martin Austwick, physicist, musician and podcaster. We talk about his work with medical lasers and quantum computing, his band The Sound of the Ladies, science song, and his alter ego Martin the Soundman on the Answer Me This podcast.

  84. EUSci Podcast #34 2010/07/26


    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about helpful grandmothers, x-ray lasers, super batteries and much more.

    We also feature an interview with Dr Martin Austwick, aka The Sound of the Ladies. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss the surprising finding that people eat more chocolate when they're feeling sad.

  85. EUSci Podcast #33 2010/07/11


    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about flu vaccines, strange water, quantum gravity, big molecules in space and much more.

    We also feature an exclusive report from the Royal Society Science Festival in London. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss whether Darth Vader suffers from Borderline Personality Disorder.

  86. EUSci Podcast #32 2010/06/23


    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about quantum entanglement, giant molecules, viral DNA invasions, and much more.

    We also feature an interview with Jorge Cham, creator of PhD comics. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss why patients don't like hospital clothes.

  87. EUSci Podcast #31 2010/06/10
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  88. EUSci Podcast #30 2010/05/15


    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about supersized crops, elephant alarm calls, twisting nanowires, and much more. We also feature an interview with Kevin Foster on social evolution. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss which napping positions are most restful.

  89. EUSci Podcast #29: Sci-Vote Edition 2010/04/28

    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about opportunistic bees, virtual copycats, volcanoes on Venus, and much more. Also, just in time for the UK elections, we feature an overview of the science policies in the various party manifestos. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss why men may favour "hooking up" more than women.
  90. EUSci Podcast Extra - Edinburgh Science Festival 2010 2010/04/25
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  91. EUSci Podcast #28 2010/04/15
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  92. EUSci Podcast #27 - April Fools Edition 2010/04/01
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  93. EUSci Podcast Extra - Interview with Rudra Kapila 2010/03/24

    Listen to our exclusive interview about the climate conference in Copenhagen, featuring Rudra Kapila, PhD student in carbon capture and storage policies at the School of GeoSciences at the University of Edinburgh. We talk about her experience in Copenhagen, what went on at the conference, and the reasons why Copenhagen wasn't a success.
  94. EUSci Podcast #26 - Gingergate! 2010/03/15
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  95. EUSci Podcast #25 2010/03/03

    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about wacky fruit fly research, new types of solar cells, and a tricky virus (no, not HIV this time).

    We also feature an interview with Nicola Hillhouse and Hasan Veldstra, who run the Edinburgh-based startup Vidiowiki. Finally, in our EU-What?! segment we discuss why driving fanatics are prone to driving agressively.
  96. EUSci Podcast #24 2010/02/13
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  97. EUSci Podcast #23 2010/02/05
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  98. EUSci Podcast #22 2010/01/21
    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about bees, prehistoric DNA, computers identifying fake paintings, and much more.

    We also feature an interview with Professor Chris Bishop, a researcher in machine learning and science communicator. Finally, in our
    EU-What?! segment we discuss why failing to get vaccinated for chickenpox makes you more likely to get it.
  99. EUSci Podcast Extra - Interview with Professor Ian Stewart 2010/01/07
    Listen to the full version of our interview with Professor Ian Stewart, mathematician, writer and co-author of The Science of the Discworld (I, II & III).
  100. EUSci Podcast #21 2009/12/23
    In this episode, we bring you news and discussions about bacteria from Mars, meditation as an alternative to heart drugs, whale voices getting deeper, and much more.

    We also feature an interview with Professor Ian Stewart, a writer of popular science and science fiction books. Finally, in our
    EU-What?! segment we discuss the surprising finding that men like porn.
EUSci: The Edinburgh University Science Podcast
http://www.eusci.org.uk
Science commentary from people who know it all (a.k.a. students). Listen to members of the Edinburgh University Science magazine discuss science stories in the news.

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