Nature Podcast

  1. These frog 'saunas’ could help endangered species fight off a deadly fungus2024/07/03
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  2. Audio long read: How NASA astronauts are training to walk on the Moon in 20262024/06/28
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  3. Why ‘open source’ AIs could be anything but, the derailment risks of long freight trains, and breeding better wheat2024/06/26
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  4. How do fish know where a sound comes from? Scientists have an answer2024/06/19
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  5. Hybrid working works: huge study reveals no drop in productivity2024/06/12
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  6. Twitter suspended 70,000 accounts after the Capitol riots and it curbed misinformation2024/06/05
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  7. How AI could improve robotics, the cockroach’s origins, and promethium spills its secrets2024/05/29
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  8. How mathematician Freeman Hrabowski opened doors for Black scientists2024/05/28
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  9. Audio long read: How does ChatGPT ‘think’? Psychology and neuroscience crack open AI large language models2024/05/24
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  10. Fentanyl addiction: the brain pathways behind the opioid crisis2024/05/22
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  11. Lizard-inspired building design could save lives2024/05/15
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  12. Alphafold 3.0: the AI protein predictor gets an upgrade2024/05/08
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  13. Talking about sex and gender doesn't need to be toxic2024/05/02
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  14. Dad's microbiome can affect offsprings' health — in mice2024/05/01
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  15. Audio long read: Why loneliness is bad for your health2024/04/26
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  16. How gliding marsupials got their 'wings'2024/04/24
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  17. Living on Mars would probably suck — here's why2024/04/19
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  18. Keys, wallet, phone: the neuroscience behind working memory2024/04/17
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  19. The 'ghost roads' driving tropical deforestation2024/04/10
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  20. Audio long read: Why are so many young people getting cancer? What the data say2024/04/05
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  21. Pregnancy's effect on 'biological' age, polite birds, and the carbon cost of home-grown veg2024/04/03
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  22. How climate change is affecting global timekeeping2024/03/27
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  23. AI hears hidden X factor in zebra finch love songs2024/03/20
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  24. Killer whales have menopause. Now scientists think they know why2024/03/13
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  25. These tiny fish combine electric pulses to probe the environment2024/03/06
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  26. Could this one-time ‘epigenetic’ treatment control cholesterol?2024/02/28
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  27. Audio long read: Chimpanzees are dying from our colds — these scientists are trying to save them2024/02/26
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  28. How whales sing without drowning, an anatomical mystery solved2024/02/23
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  29. Why are we nice? Altruism's origins are put to the test2024/02/21
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  30. Smoking changes your immune system, even years after quitting2024/02/14
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  31. Why we need to rethink how we talk about cancer2024/02/09
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  32. Cancer's power harnessed — lymphoma mutations supercharge T cells2024/02/07
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  33. Cervical cancer could be eliminated: here's how2024/02/04
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  34. Ancient DNA solves the mystery of who made a set of stone tools2024/01/31
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  35. Audio long read: Long COVID is a double curse in low-income nations — here’s why2024/01/26
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  36. Toxic red mud could be turned into 'green' steel2024/01/24
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  37. This AI just figured out geometry — is this a step towards artificial reasoning?2024/01/17
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  38. The science stories you missed over the holiday period2024/01/10
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  39. Science in 2024: what to expect this year2024/01/03

    In this episode, reporter Miryam Naddaf joins us to talk about the big science events to look out for in 2024. We'll hear about the mass of the neutrino, the neural basis of consciousness and the climate lawsuits at the Hague, to name but a few.

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  40. Audio long read: A new kind of solar cell is coming — is it the future of green energy?2023/12/29
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  41. The Nature Podcast highlights of 20232023/12/27
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  42. How AI works is often a mystery — that's a problem2023/12/22
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  43. The Nature Podcast Festive Spectacular 20232023/12/20
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  44. Navigating planets, plays and prejudice — a conversation with Aomawa Shields2023/12/15
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  45. Inhaled vaccine prevents COVID in monkeys2023/12/14
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  46. Cat parasite Toxoplasma tricked to grow in a dish2023/12/13
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  47. The world’s smallest light-trapping silicon cavity2023/12/06
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  48. Sanitary products made from plants could help tackle period poverty2023/11/30
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  49. Why COP28 probably won't keep the 1.5 degree dream alive2023/11/29
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  50. Audio long read: Apple revival — how science is bringing historic varieties back to life2023/11/24
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  51. Polio could be eradicated within 3 years — what happens then?2023/11/22
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  52. Dust: the tiny substance with enormous power2023/11/17
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  53. How to 3D print fully-formed robots2023/11/15
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  54. How to tame a toxic yet life-saving antifungal2023/11/08
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  55. Nature's Take: How will ChatGPT and generative AI transform research?2023/11/03
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  56. A new hydrogel can be directly injected into muscle to help it regenerate2023/11/01
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  57. Audio long read: Why BMI is flawed — and how to redefine obesity2023/10/30
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  58. Martian sounds reveal the secrets of the red planet's core2023/10/27
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  59. Sounds of recovery: AI helps monitor wildlife during forest restoration2023/10/25
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  60. An anti-CRISPR system that helps save viruses from destruction2023/10/18
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  61. Gene edits move pig organs closer to human transplantation2023/10/11
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  62. 'This doesn't just fall on women': computer scientists reflect on gender biases in STEM2023/10/10
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  63. Astronomers are worried by a satellite brighter than most stars2023/10/04
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  64. Audio long read: These animals are racing towards extinction. A new home might be their last chance2023/09/29
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  65. This isn't the Nature Podcast — how deepfakes are distorting reality2023/09/27
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  66. Why does cancer spread to the spine? Newly discovered stem cells might be the key2023/09/20
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  67. A mussel-inspired glue for more sustainable sticking2023/09/13
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  68. Our ancestors lost nearly 99% of their population, 900,000 years ago2023/09/06
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  69. Physicists finally observe strange isotope Oxygen 28 – raising fundamental questions2023/08/30
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  70. Audio long read: Medicine is plagued by untrustworthy clinical trials. How many studies are faked or flawed?2023/08/25
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  71. Brain-reading implants turn thoughts into speech2023/08/23
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  72. Fruit flies' ability to sense magnetic fields thrown into doubt2023/08/16
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  73. Racism in health: the roots of the US Black maternal mortality crisis2023/08/10
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  74. How welcome are refugees in Europe? A giant study has some answers2023/08/09
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  75. How to get more women in science, with Athene Donald2023/08/02
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  76. Audio long read: Lab mice go wild — making experiments more natural in order to decode the brain2023/07/31
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  77. Facebook ‘echo chamber’ has little impact on polarized views, according to study2023/07/27
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  78. AI-enhanced night-vision lets users see in the dark2023/07/26
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  79. Disrupting snail food-chain curbs parasitic disease in Senegal2023/07/19
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  80. ChatGPT can write a paper in an hour — but there are downsides2023/07/12
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  81. Even a 'minimal cell' can grow stronger, thanks to evolution2023/07/05
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  82. Audio long read: ‘Almost magical’ — chemists can now move single atoms in and out of a molecule’s core2023/06/30
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  83. Do octopuses dream? Neural activity resembles human sleep stages2023/06/28
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  84. Why bladder cancer cells that shed their Y chromosome become more aggressive2023/06/21
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  85. What IBM's result means for quantum computing2023/06/14
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  86. A brain circuit for infanticide, in mice2023/06/07
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  87. AI identifies gene interactions to speed up search for treatment targets2023/05/31
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  88. Audio long read: Can giant surveys of scientists fight misinformation on COVID, climate change and more?2023/05/26
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  89. ‘Tree islands’ give oil-palm plantation a biodiversity boost2023/05/24
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  90. JWST shows an ancient galaxy in stunning spectroscopic detail2023/05/17
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  91. Nature's Take: Can Registered Reports help tackle publication bias?2023/05/12
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  92. ‘Pangenome’ aims to capture the breadth of human diversity2023/05/10
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  93. Menopause and women’s health: why science needs to catch up2023/05/03
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  94. Audio long read: Conquering Alzheimer’s — a look at the therapies of the future2023/04/28
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  95. How Rosalind Franklin’s story was rewritten2023/04/26
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  96. A smarter way to melt down plastics?2023/04/19
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  97. How to battle misinformation with Sander van der Linden2023/04/14
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  98. Octopuses hunt by 'tasting' with their suckers2023/04/12
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  99. Giant black-hole pair from the early Universe gives clues to how galaxies form2023/04/05
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  100. Audio long read: What Turkey’s earthquake tells us about the science of seismic forecasting2023/03/31
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  101. Bacterial ‘syringes’ could inject drugs directly into human cells2023/03/29
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  102. How to make driverless cars safer — expose them to lots of dangerous drivers2023/03/22
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  103. How to build a virus-proof cell2023/03/15
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  104. How the Australian wildfires devastated the ozone layer2023/03/08
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  105. How an increased heart rate could induce anxiety in mice2023/03/01
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  106. Nature's Take: How Twitter's changes could affect science2023/02/27
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  107. Audio long read: How your first brush with COVID warps your immunity2023/02/24
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  108. A twisting microscope that could unlock the secrets of 2D materials2023/02/22
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  109. How 'metadevices' could make electronics faster2023/02/15
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  110. This mysterious space rock shouldn’t have a ring — but it does2023/02/08
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  111. How mummies were prepared: Ancient Egyptian pots spill secrets2023/02/01
  112. Audio long read: The ‘breakthrough’ obesity drugs that have stunned researchers2023/01/30
  113. Amino acid slows nerve damage from diabetes, in mouse study2023/01/25
  114. Laser 'lightning rod' diverts strikes high in the Alps2023/01/18
  115. The science stories you missed over the past four weeks2023/01/11
  116. Science in 2023: what to expect this year2023/01/06
  117. The Nature Podcast’s highlights of 20222022/12/28
  118. The Nature Podcast Festive Spectacular 20222022/12/21
  119. COVID deaths: three times the official toll2022/12/14
  120. Oldest DNA reveals two-million-year-old ecosystem2022/12/07
  121. Gaia Vince on how climate change will shape where people live2022/12/02
  122. Mysterious fluid from ant pupae helps feed colony2022/11/30
  123. Audio long read: Science and the World Cup — how big data is transforming football2022/11/25
  124. The satellite-free alternative to GPS2022/11/23
  125. How a key Alzheimer's gene wreaks havoc in the brain2022/11/16
  126. Audio long read: She was convicted of killing her four children. Could a gene mutation set her free?2022/11/14
  127. Molecular cages sift 'heavy' water from near-identical H2O2022/11/09
  128. Audio long read: The controversial embryo tests that promise a better baby2022/11/04
  129. Flies can move their rigid, omnidirectional eyes – a little2022/11/02
  130. Racism in Health: the harms of biased medicine2022/10/28
  131. Ancient DNA reveals family of Neanderthals living in Siberian cave2022/10/26
  132. Human brain organoids implanted into rats could offer new way to model disease2022/10/12
  133. Virtual library of LSD-like drugs could reveal new antidepressants2022/10/05
  134. Nature's Take: How the war in Ukraine is impacting science2022/10/03
  135. Audio long read: What scientists have learnt from COVID lockdowns2022/09/30
  136. A trove of ancient fish fossils helps trace the origin of jaws2022/09/28
  137. Huge dataset shows 80% of US professors come from just 20% of institutions2022/09/21
  138. Complex synthetic cells bring scientists closer to artificial cellular life2022/09/14
  139. Missing foot reveals world’s oldest amputation2022/09/07
  140. Audio long read: Hybrid brains – the ethics of transplanting human neurons into animals2022/08/26
  141. How to make water that's full of holes2022/08/24
  142. Do protons have intrinsic charm? New evidence suggests yes2022/08/17
  143. Nature's Take: what's next for the preprint revolution2022/08/15
  144. Why low temperatures could help starve tumours of fuel2022/08/10
  145. Massive Facebook study reveals a key to social mobility2022/08/03
  146. Coronapod: the open-science plan to unseat big Pharma and tackle vaccine inequity2022/07/29
  147. How humans adapted to digest lactose — after thousands of years of milk drinking2022/07/27
  148. How researchers have pinpointed the origin of 'warm-blooded' mammals2022/07/20
  149. Ancient mud reveals the longest record of climate from the tropics2022/07/13
  150. Higgs boson at 10: a deep dive into the mysterious, mass-giving particle2022/07/11
  151. Coronapod: detecting COVID variants in sewage2022/07/08
  152. Higgs boson turns ten: the mysteries physicists are still trying to solve2022/07/06
  153. Ed Yong on the wondrous world of animal senses2022/07/01
  154. Norovirus could spread through saliva: a new route for infection?2022/06/29
  155. Audio long read: These six countries are about to go to the Moon2022/06/27
  156. Coronapod: USA authorises vaccines for youngest of kids2022/06/24
  157. How science can tackle inequality2022/06/22
  158. How the Black Death got its start2022/06/15
  159. Coronapod: COVID and smell loss, what the science says2022/06/11
  160. Ancient 'giraffes' sported thick helmets for headbutting2022/06/08
  161. Audio long read: The brain-reading devices helping paralysed people to move, talk and touch2022/06/06
  162. Robot exercises shoulder cells for better tissue transplants2022/06/01
  163. Coronapod: 'A generational loss' - COVID's devastating impact on education2022/05/30
  164. X-ray analysis hints at answers to fossil mystery2022/05/25
  165. How galaxies could exist without dark matter2022/05/18
  166. Coronapod: 'viral ghosts' support idea that SARS-CoV-2 reservoirs could be behind long COVID2022/05/13
  167. Retinas revived after donor's death open door to new science2022/05/11
  168. Swapping in a bit of microbial 'meat' has big eco-gains2022/05/04
  169. Coronapod: COVID and diabetes, what the science says2022/04/29
  170. How virtual meetings can limit creative ideas2022/04/27
  171. Audio long-read: The quest to prevent MS — and understand other post-viral diseases2022/04/25
  172. We could still limit global warming to just 2˚C — but there's an 'if'2022/04/20
  173. Coronapod: Infected immune cells hint at cause of severe COVID2022/04/15
  174. Why do naked mole rats live as long as giraffes?2022/04/13
  175. Five years in the coldest fridge in the known Universe2022/04/06
  176. Audio long-read: A more-inclusive genome project aims to capture all of human diversity2022/04/05
  177. Winding roads could make you a better navigator2022/03/30
  178. Milky Way's origin story revealed by 250,000 stars2022/03/23
  179. Coronapod: How vaccine complacency is plaguing 'COVID zero' strategies2022/03/18
  180. The coin toss of Alzheimer's inheritance2022/03/17
  181. The vest that can hear your heartbeat2022/03/16
  182. The AI that deciphers ancient Greek graffiti2022/03/09
  183. Coronapod: why stopping COVID testing would be a mistake2022/03/04
  184. COVID stimulus spending failed to deliver on climate promises2022/03/02
  185. Audio long-read: The race to save the Internet from quantum hackers2022/02/28
  186. Dinosaur-destroying asteroid struck in spring2022/02/23
  187. Tongan volcano eruption leaves scientists with unanswered questions2022/02/16
  188. Coronapod: How African scientists are copying Moderna's COVID vaccine2022/02/11
  189. RNA test detects deadly pregnancy disorder early2022/02/09
  190. Coronapod: what people get wrong about endemic COVID2022/02/04
  191. Weirdly flowing water finally has an explanation: 'quantum friction'2022/02/02
  192. Coronapod: Why T cells have been overlooked2022/01/28
  193. How can battery-powered aircraft get off the ground?2022/01/26
  194. Audio long read: Is precision public health the future — or a contradiction?2022/01/24
  195. Coronapod: COVID death toll is likely millions more than official counts2022/01/21
  196. Why mutation is not as random as we thought2022/01/19
  197. Podcast Extra: Recreating the lost sounds of spring2022/01/14
  198. Webb Space Telescope makes history after tense launch2022/01/12
  199. Science in 2022: what to expect this year2022/01/05
  200. Audio long-read: The secret lives of cells — as never seen before2021/12/31
  201. Our podcast highlights of 20212021/12/29
  202. The Nature Podcast annual holiday spectacular2021/12/22
  203. Coronapod: Omicron - your questions answered2021/12/17
  204. Pluto's strange ice patterns explained by new theory2021/12/15
  205. Coronapod: vaccines and long COVID, how protected are you?2021/12/10
  206. How 'megastudies' are changing behavioural science2021/12/08
  207. Coronapod: How has COVID impacted mental health?2021/12/03
  208. What’s the best diet for people and the planet?2021/12/01
  209. Audio long-read: The chase for fusion energy2021/11/29
  210. Coronapod: everything we know about the new COVID variant2021/11/26
  211. Researcher careers under the microscope: salary satisfaction and COVID impacts2021/11/24
  212. Sea squirts teach new lessons in evolution2021/11/17
  213. Coronapod: new hope from COVID antiviral drugs2021/11/12
  214. The past and future of the Earth's climate2021/11/10
  215. Audio long-read: How dangerous is Africa’s explosive Lake Kivu?2021/11/08
  216. Podcast special: onboard the climate train to COP262021/11/03
  217. China’s COVID vaccines have been crucial — now immunity is waning2021/10/29
  218. Genomics unwraps mystery of the Tarim mummies2021/10/27
  219. Coronapod: can scientists harness COVID super-immunity?2021/10/25
  220. Viking presence in the Americas pinpointed by ancient solar storm2021/10/20
  221. Coronapod: the COVID scientists facing violent threats2021/10/18
  222. How electric acupuncture zaps inflammation in mice2021/10/13
  223. Coronapod: new data affirms the benefits of air filters and masks2021/10/10
  224. The AI that accurately predicts the chances of rain2021/10/06
  225. Starting up in science: behind the scenes2021/09/29
  226. Starting up in science: Episode 42021/09/29
  227. Starting up in science: Episode 32021/09/29
  228. Starting up in science: Episode 22021/09/29
  229. Starting up in science: Episode 12021/09/29
  230. Audio long-read: Can artificially altered clouds save the Great Barrier Reef?2021/09/27
  231. Coronapod: solving the COVID vaccine manufacturing problem2021/09/25
  232. The floating sensors inspired by seeds2021/09/22
  233. How to help feed the world with 'Blue Foods'2021/09/15
  234. The billion years missing from Earth’s history2021/09/08
  235. Dead trees play an under-appreciated role in climate change2021/09/01
  236. Audio long-read: why sports concussions are worse for women2021/08/25
  237. Coronapod: How Delta is changing the game2021/08/21
  238. What’s the isiZulu for dinosaur? How science neglected African languages2021/08/18
  239. Coronapod: COVID boosters amidst global vaccine inequity2021/08/14
  240. The brain cells that help animals navigate in 3D2021/08/11
  241. Coronapod: Ivermectin, what the science says2021/08/06
  242. Flood risk rises as people surge into vulnerable regions2021/08/04
  243. Has the world’s oldest known animal been discovered?2021/07/28
  244. Audio long-read: How ancient people fell in love with bread, beer and other carbs2021/07/26
  245. Coronapod: the latest on COVID and sporting events2021/07/24
  246. How the US is rebooting gun violence research2021/07/21
  247. Coronapod: Does England's COVID strategy risk breeding deadly variants?2021/07/16
  248. How deadly heat waves expose historic racism2021/07/14
  249. Coronapod: Will COVID become a disease of the young?2021/07/09
  250. Food shocks and how to avoid them2021/07/07
  251. Coronapod: the biomarker that could change COVID vaccines2021/07/02
  252. The scientist whose hybrid rice helped feed billions2021/06/30
  253. Audio long-read: How COVID exposed flaws in evidence-based medicine2021/06/28
  254. Coronapod: should you have a COVID vaccine when breastfeeding?2021/06/25
  255. Quantum compass might help birds 'see' magnetic fields2021/06/23
  256. CureVac disappoints in COVID vaccine trial2021/06/18
  257. Communities, COVID and credit: the state of science collaborations2021/06/16
  258. Coronapod: Counting the cost of long COVID2021/06/11
  259. Google AI beats humans at designing computer chips2021/06/09
  260. Coronapod: Uncertainty and the COVID 'lab-leak' theory2021/06/04
  261. On the origin of numbers2021/06/02
  262. New hope for vaccine against a devastating livestock disease2021/05/26
  263. Audio long-read: How harmful are microplastics?2021/05/24
  264. The 'zombie' fires that keep burning under snow-covered forests2021/05/19
  265. Coronapod: The variant blamed for India's catastrophic second wave2021/05/14
  266. The brain implant that turns thoughts into text2021/05/12
  267. Coronapod: Waiving vaccine patents and coronavirus genome data disputes2021/05/07
  268. Oldest African burial site uncovers Stone Age relationship with death2021/05/05
  269. Coronapod special: The inequality at the heart of the pandemic2021/04/30
  270. What fruit flies could teach scientists about brain imaging2021/04/28
  271. Audio long-read: How drugmakers can be better prepared for the next pandemic2021/04/26
  272. Coronapod: Kids and COVID vaccines2021/04/23
  273. Meet the inflatable, origami-inspired structures2021/04/21
  274. Coronapod: could COVID vaccines cause blood clots? Here's what the science says2021/04/16
  275. The sanitation crisis making rural America ill2021/04/14
  276. Coronapod: A whistle-blower’s quest to take politics out of coronavirus surveillance2021/04/09
  277. Audio long-read: Rise of the robo-writers2021/04/06
  278. Coronapod: How to define rare COVID vaccine side effects2021/04/02
  279. Antimatter cooled with lasers for the first time2021/03/31
  280. Coronapod: the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID vaccine - what you need to know2021/03/26
  281. Network of world's most accurate clocks paves way to redefine time2021/03/24
  282. Coronapod: Why COVID antibody treatments may not be the answer2021/03/19
  283. The AI that argues back2021/03/17
  284. Coronapod: COVID and pregnancy - what do we know?2021/03/12
  285. The smallest measurement of gravity ever recorded2021/03/10
  286. Coronapod: COVID's origins and the 'lab leak' theory2021/03/05
  287. COVID, 2020 and a year of lost research2021/03/03
  288. Coronapod: Google-backed database could help answer big COVID questions2021/02/26
  289. The quark of the matter: what's really inside a proton?2021/02/24
  290. Audio long-read: Thundercloud Project tackles a gamma-ray mystery2021/02/23
  291. Coronapod: our future with an ever-present coronavirus2021/02/19
  292. A mammoth discovery: oldest DNA on record from million-year-old teeth2021/02/17
  293. Coronapod: Is mixing COVID vaccines a good idea?2021/02/12
  294. Human Genome Project - Nature’s editor-in-chief reflects 20 years on2021/02/10
  295. Coronapod: Variants – what you need to know2021/02/05
  296. Mysterious einsteinium spills its secrets2021/02/03
  297. Coronapod: Fixing the world’s pandemic alarm2021/01/29
  298. Audio long-read: Push, pull and squeeze – the hidden forces that shape life2021/01/28
  299. How a spinal device could relieve a neglected effect of cord injury2021/01/27
  300. Hiring discrimination laid bare by mountain of data2021/01/20
  301. Coronapod: The rise of RNA vaccines2021/01/14
  302. The mysterious extinction of the dire wolf2021/01/13
  303. Audio long-read: Controlling COVID with science - Iceland's story2020/12/30
  304. Our podcast highlights of 20202020/12/23
  305. Coronapod: The big COVID research papers of 20202020/12/17
  306. Could you prevent a pandemic? A very 2020 video game2020/12/16
  307. Don’t think too deeply about the origin of life – it may have started in puddles2020/12/09
  308. Norway's prime minister reveals plans to protect the world's oceans2020/12/03
  309. Cellular ageing: turning back the clock restores vision in mice2020/12/02
  310. Neutrinos give insights into the workings of the Sun’s core2020/11/25
  311. Coronapod: What could falling COVID death rates mean for the pandemic?2020/11/19
  312. The troubling rise of facial recognition technology2020/11/18
  313. Audio long-read: The enigmatic organisms of the Ediacaran Period2020/11/13
  314. Revealed: the impact of noise and light pollution on birds2020/11/11
  315. A powerful radio burst from a magnetic star2020/11/04
  316. Talking politics, talking science2020/10/30
  317. Politics of the life scientific2020/10/29
  318. A brief history of politics and science2020/10/28
  319. Lab–grown brains and the debate over consciousness2020/10/28
  320. The science behind an 'uncrushable' beetle’s exoskeleton2020/10/21
  321. Superconductivity gets heated2020/10/14
  322. Audio long-read: What animals really think2020/10/09
  323. Trump vs. Biden: what's at stake for science?2020/10/07
  324. Greenland's ice will melt faster than any time in the past 12,000 years2020/09/30
  325. After decades of trying, scientists coax plastic particles into a diamond-like structure2020/09/23
  326. Genes chart Vikings' spread across Europe2020/09/16
  327. A new way to cool computer chips — from within2020/09/09
  328. Revealed: A clearer view of how general anaesthetics actually work2020/09/02
  329. The challenge of reproducing results from ten-year-old code2020/08/26
  330. 3D-printing some of the world's lightest materials2020/08/19
  331. The chemical that turns locusts from Jekyll into Hyde2020/08/12
  332. Audio long-read: Pluto’s dark side is overflowing with secrets2020/08/07
  333. Why skin grows bigger as you stretch it2020/07/29
  334. When did people arrive in the Americas? New evidence stokes debate2020/07/22
  335. Graphene’s magic angle reveals a new twist2020/07/15
  336. Coronapod: Massive coronavirus outbreak strikes iconic Californian prison after it rejected expert aid2020/07/10
  337. The six-year-old space agency with hopes for Mars2020/07/08
  338. Coronapod: Lessons from pandemic ‘war-game’ simulations2020/07/03
  339. What the atomic structure of enamel tells us about tooth decay2020/07/01
  340. Coronapod: The state of the pandemic, six months in2020/06/26
  341. How playing poker can help you make decisions2020/06/24
  342. Coronapod: Dexamethasone, the cheap steroid that could cut coronavirus deaths2020/06/19
  343. Incest in the elite of Neolithic Ireland2020/06/17
  344. Long Read Podcast: Enigmatic neutron stars may soon give up their secrets2020/06/15
  345. Coronapod: The Surgisphere scandal that rocked coronavirus drug research2020/06/12
  346. The quantum space lab2020/06/11
  347. #ShutDownSTEM and the Nature Podcast2020/06/09
  348. Coronapod: The heavy toll on people of colour2020/06/05
  349. Lab-made skin grows its own hair2020/06/03
  350. Coronapod: The divisive hydroxychloroquine study that's triggering mass confusion2020/05/29
  351. Super-efficient catalyst boosts hopes for hydrogen fuel2020/05/27
  352. Coronapod: Hope and caution greet vaccine trial result, and Trump vs the WHO2020/05/22
  353. A synthetic eye that 'sees' like a human2020/05/20
  354. Coronapod: The misinformation pandemic, and science funding fears2020/05/15
  355. The super-sleuth who spots trouble in science papers, and the puzzle of urban smog2020/05/13
  356. Coronapod: The dangers of ignoring outbreaks in homeless shelters, plus coronavirus and drug abuse2020/05/08
  357. 07 May 2020: Galileo and the science deniers, and physicists probe the mysterious pion2020/05/06
  358. Coronapod: What use are contact tracing apps? And new hopes for coronavirus drug remdesivir2020/05/01
  359. 30 April 2020: A sniff test for consciousness, and how to cut antibiotics use — with vaccines2020/04/29
  360. Coronapod: The race to expand antibody testing2020/04/24
  361. 23 April 2020: Denisovan DNA in modern Europeans, and the birth of an unusual celestial object2020/04/22
  362. Coronapod: Troubling news2020/04/17
  363. Coronapod: An untapped resource2020/04/10
  364. 09 April 2020: A plastic-recycling enzyme, and supercooled molecules2020/04/08
  365. Coronapod: Ramping up responses2020/04/03
  366. 02 April 2020: Dating an ancient hominid skull, and an ancient Antarctic rainforest2020/04/01
  367. Coronapod: Old treatments and new hopes2020/03/27
  368. 25 March 2020: Ultra-fast electrical switches, and computing heart health2020/03/25
  369. Podcast Extra: Rosamund Pike on portraying Marie Curie2020/03/21
  370. Coronapod: “Test, test, test!”2020/03/20
  371. 19 March 2020: Rosamund Pike in Radioactive, and the resurgence of Russian science2020/03/18
  372. Podcast Extra: Coronavirus - science in the pandemic2020/03/17
  373. Long Read Podcast: Are feelings more than skin deep?2020/03/13
  374. 12 March 2020: An ancient bird trapped in amber, and life beneath the ocean floor2020/03/11
  375. 05 March 2020: Ultrafast machine vision, and quicker crystal creation2020/03/04
  376. Backchat: Covering coronavirus2020/02/28
  377. 27 February 2020: Mapping fruit flies’ neural circuitry, and perfecting the properties of metallic glass2020/02/26
  378. Podcast Extra: ‘There is lots of anxiety’: a scientist’s view from South Korea2020/02/26
  379. 20 February 2020: Improving battery charging, and harnessing energy from the air2020/02/19
  380. 13 February 2020: The puzzling structures of muddled materials, and paving the way for the quantum internet2020/02/12
  381. 06 February 2020: Out-of-office emails and work-life-balance, and an update on the novel coronavirus outbreak2020/02/05
  382. 30 January 2020: Linking Australian bushfires to climate change, and Asimov's robot ethics2020/01/29
  383. 23 January: How stress can cause grey hair, and the attitude needed to tackle climate change2020/01/22
  384. 16 January 2020: Strange objects at the centre of the galaxy, and improving measurements of online activity2020/01/15
  385. 09 January 2020: A look ahead at science in 20202020/01/08
  386. 01 January 2020: Our reporters’ top picks of 20192020/01/01
  387. Nature PastCast, December 1920: The Quantum Theory2019/12/27
  388. Podcast Extra: From climate lawyer to climate activist2019/12/23
  389. Podcast Extra: Epigenetics2019/12/20
  390. 19 December 2019: The three-body problem, and festive fun2019/12/18
  391. Long Read Podcast: How to save coral reefs as the world warms2019/12/16
  392. 12 December 2019: Social priming, and acoustic science2019/12/11
  393. 05 December 2019: Genomic sequencing and the source of solar winds2019/12/04
  394. Nature Pastcast, November 1869: The first issue of Nature2019/11/29
  395. 28 November 2019: Nature’s 2019 PhD survey, and older women in sci-fi novels2019/11/27
  396. 21 November 2019: A new antibiotic from nematode guts, grant funding ‘lotteries’, and butterfly genomes2019/11/20
  397. 14 November 2019: A rapid, multi-material 3D printer, and a bacterium’s role in alcoholic hepatitis2019/11/13
  398. Backchat: Nature's 150th anniversary2019/11/07
  399. 07 November 2019: The fossil of an upright ape, science in 150 years, and immunization progress around the world2019/11/06
  400. Nature Pastcast, October 1993: Carl Sagan uses Galileo to search for signs of life2019/10/31
  401. 31 October 2019: An AI masters the video game StarCraft II, and measuring arthropod abundance2019/10/30
  402. Podcast Extra: Detecting gravitational waves2019/10/28
  403. 24 October 2019: Quantum supremacy and ancient mammals2019/10/23
  404. 17 October 2019: Mapping childhood mortality, and evolving ‘de novo’ genes2019/10/16
  405. 10 October 2019: Estimating earthquake risk, and difficulties for deep-learning2019/10/09
  406. Podcast Extra: Q&A with Nobel Prize winner John B Goodenough2019/10/09
  407. Podcast Extra: Q&A with Nobel Prize winner Didier Queloz2019/10/08
  408. 03 October 2019: Leapfrogging speciation, and migrating mosquitoes2019/10/02
  409. Nature PastCast, September 1963: Plate tectonics – the unifying theory of Earth sciences2019/09/27
  410. 26 September 2019: Mysteries of the ancient mantle, and the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy2019/09/25
  411. Podcast Extra: Absurd scientific advice2019/09/21
  412. Backchat: Covering Climate Now2019/09/19
  413. 19 September 2019: XKCD, and Extinction Rebellion2019/09/18
  414. 12 September 2019: Modelling early embryos, and male-dominated conferences2019/09/11
  415. 05 September 2019: Persistent antibiotic resistance, and modelling hot cities2019/09/04
  416. Nature PastCast, August 1975: Antibodies’ ascendency to blockbuster drug status2019/08/30
  417. 29 August 2019: Carbon-based computing, and depleting ancient-human genomes2019/08/28
  418. 22 August 2019: Combating online hate speech, and identifying early fossils2019/08/21
  419. 15 August 2019: Atomic espionage in the Second World War, and exploring the early Universe2019/08/14
  420. 08 August 2019: A mindset for success, and mercury in fish2019/08/07
  421. 01 August 2019: The placental microbiome, and advances in artificial intelligence2019/07/31
  422. Nature PastCast, July 1942: Secret science in World War 22019/07/26
  423. 25 July 2019: The history of climate change, and making vaccines mandatory2019/07/24
  424. Backchat July 2019: Breaking news, audience-led journalism and human gene editing2019/07/19
  425. 18 July 2019: Quantum logic gates in silicon, and moving on from lab disasters2019/07/17
  426. 11 July 2019: The moon, past, present, and future2019/07/10
  427. 04 July 2019: Machine learning in materials science, and sand’s sustainability2019/07/03
  428. Nature PastCast, June 1876: Gorillas, man-eating monsters?2019/06/28
  429. 27 June 2019: Callused feet, and protein-based archaeology2019/06/26
  430. 20 June 2019: Non-native species, and a blood-inspired robot battery2019/06/19
  431. 13 June 2019: Mighty magnets, and aerosols in the atmosphere2019/06/12
  432. 06 June 2019: Microbes modifying medicine and kickstarting plate tectonics2019/06/05
  433. Nature PastCast May 1983: Discovering the ozone layer hole2019/05/31
  434. 30 May 2019: Cold fusion, gender parity in universities, and studying wildfires2019/05/30
  435. 23 May 2019: Pre-industrial plankton populations, European science, and ancient fungi.2019/05/22
  436. 16 May 2019: Recoding genomes, and material from the Moon's far side2019/05/15
  437. 09 May 2019: Urban vs Rural BMI, and the health of rivers2019/05/08
  438. 02 May 2019: China's growing science network, and talking brain signals2019/05/01
  439. Nature PastCast April 1953: The other DNA papers2019/04/26
  440. 25 April 2019: Tiny earthquakes, the genetics of height, and how US-China politics is affecting research2019/04/25
  441. 18 April 2019: Reviving brains, lightning, and spring books2019/04/17
  442. Podcast Extra: The first image of a black hole2019/04/11
  443. 11 April 2019: Heart failure and vacuum field fluctuations.2019/04/10
  444. 04 April 2019: MDMA and the malleable mind, and keeping skin young2019/04/03
  445. Backchat March 2019: Calls for a research moratorium, and the evolution of science reporting2019/03/29
  446. 28 March 2019: Human impacts on Mount Kilimanjaro, sex differences in pain, and a crystal-based cooling method2019/03/27
  447. 21 March 2019: Antibiotics in orchards, and rethinking statistical significance2019/03/20
  448. Nature Pastcast March 1918: The eclipse expedition to put Einstein to the test2019/03/15
  449. 14 March 2019: Ebola in DRC, a new HIV treatment, and the proposed US budget.2019/03/14
  450. 07 March 2019: Coastal carbon-sinks, mobile health, and Mileva Marić2019/03/06
  451. 28 February 2019: Cuckoo parasitism, topological materials, and cannabinoids in yeast.2019/02/27
  452. 21 February 2019: Mouse cell atlases and cataloguing viruses2019/02/20
  453. 14 February 2019: Atherosclerosis and disruptive science2019/02/13
  454. 07 February 2019: Massive chemical libraries, and CRISPR-CasX2019/02/06
  455. 31 January 2019: Women of the periodic table, and harvesting energy from Wi-Fi2019/01/30
  456. 24 January 2019: Economic downturns and black holes2019/01/23
  457. 17 January 2019: RNA splicing in yeast, and a walking fossil2019/01/16
  458. Podcast Extra: The search for a rare disease treatment2019/01/11
  459. 10 January 2019: Fast Radio Bursts and new year future gazing2019/01/09
  460. 26 December 2018: Our reporters' top picks of 20182018/12/26
  461. 20 December 2018: Quantum physics adds a twist, and festive fun2018/12/19
  462. Podcast Extra: Evidence of a ‘transmissible’ Alzheimer’s protein2018/12/13
  463. 13 December 2018: The art of performing science, and chiral chemistry2018/12/12
  464. 06 December 2018: Heart xenotransplants and phage fighting2018/12/05
  465. 29 November 2018: Atomic clock accuracy and wind farm worries2018/11/28
  466. 22 November 2018: An ion-drive aeroplane, and DNA rearrangement.2018/11/21
  467. 15 November 2018: Barnard’s Star, and clinical trials2018/11/14
  468. 08 November 2018: Designer cells, and a Breakthrough researcher2018/11/07
  469. 01 November 2018: Mood forecasting technology, and where are the WIMPs?2018/10/31
  470. 18 October 2018: Cannabis horticulture and the Sun's place in history2018/10/17
  471. 11 October 2018: The life of a new Nobel laureate and organised ants2018/10/10
  472. 04 October 2018: Latent HIV, bird personalities and the Hyabusa2 mission2018/10/03
  473. 27 September 2018: A wearable biosensor and a mechanical metamaterial.2018/09/26
  474. 20 September 2018: Negative emissions and swarms under strain2018/09/19
  475. 13 September 2018: The oldest drawing and the energy of data2018/09/12
  476. 6 September 2018: Space junk, and a physicist’s perspective on life2018/09/05
  477. 30 August 2018: Gravity’s big G and the evolution of babies2018/08/29
  478. Backchat August 2018: Audio reporting, audience feedback, and Brexit2018/08/24
  479. 23 August 2018: Quantum computers and labour division in ants2018/08/22
  480. 16 August 2018: Bumblebees, opioids, and ocean weather2018/08/15
  481. 8 August 2018: Fox aggression, microbiota and geoengineering2018/08/08
  482. 02 August 2018: Zebra finch colour perception, terraforming Mars, and attributing extreme weather2018/08/01
  483. 26 July 2018: Conservation, automata, and pet DNA tests2018/07/25
  484. 19 July 2018: DNA scaffolds, climate-altering microbes, and a robot chemist2018/07/18
  485. 12 July 2018: Rats, reefs, and career streaks2018/07/11
  486. 05 July 2018: A DNA computer, the koala genome, and the invisibility of LGBTQ+ researchers2018/07/04
  487. Backchat June 2018: Lab health, email briefings, and CRISPR2018/06/29
  488. 27 June 2018: Air pollution, sick plants, and stress2018/06/27
  489. 21 June 2018: Pancreatic cancer, silica cages, and AI bias2018/06/20
  490. 14 June 2018: Baobab tree death, zebrafish stem cells, and ice in Antarctica2018/06/13
  491. 07 June 2018: Magnetic animal migration, cold enzymes, and mouse memory2018/06/06
  492. 31 May 2018: Boosting diversity in physics, and life after an asteroid impact2018/05/30
  493. 24 May 2018: Climate costs, cleverer cab journeys, and peering through matter with muons2018/05/23
  494. 17 May 2018: Probing the proton, research misconduct, and making sense of mystery genes2018/05/16
  495. 10 May 2018: AI neuroscience, liquid crystals, and depression in academia2018/05/09
  496. 03 May 2018: Building early embryos, the fear response in mice, and ancient rhino remains2018/05/02
  497. 26 April 2018: Mini brains, and an updated enzyme image2018/04/25
  498. Backchat April 2018: Sexual harassment, social media, and celebrity scientists2018/04/20
  499. 19 April 2018: Synchronised shrimp, supernova science, and spring books.2018/04/18
  500. 12 April 2018: The power of remote sensing, and watching a neutron star glitch2018/04/11
  501. 05 April 2018: Human's influence on the Mississippi and 'dirty' mice2018/04/04
  502. 29 March 2018: AI in chemistry, and liquid droplets in living cells.2018/03/28
  503. 22 March 2018: Mexican cavefish, the gut microbiome, and a wearable brain scanner.2018/03/21
  504. 15 March 2018: Geoengineering Antarctica and increasing NMR’s resolution.2018/03/14
  505. 8 March 2018: Surprising graphene superconductors, and 50 years dreaming of electric sheep.2018/03/07
  506. 1 March 2018: Brain waves and a fingerprint from the early Universe2018/02/28
  507. Backchat February 2018: Luck, debate, and the quantum internet2018/02/23
  508. 22 February 2018: A focus on adolescence2018/02/21
  509. 15 February 2018: Optical clocks, healthy ageing, and fieldwork during pregnancy2018/02/14
  510. 08 February 2018: Tough timber, magpie intelligence, and invasive crayfish2018/02/07
  511. 01 February 2018: Stone Age tools in India, and coral reefs in crisis2018/01/31
  512. 25 January 2018: Tiny robots, 3D images, and a honeycomb maze2018/01/24
  513. 18 January 2018: Climate sensitivity, and the fetal microbiome2018/01/17
  514. 10 January 2018: Conflict conservation, and the shape of a memory2018/01/10
  515. Backchat December 2017: Trump, physics, and uncited papers2017/12/22
  516. 21 December 2017: Earth AI, a news quiz, and sci-fi2017/12/20
  517. 14 December 2017: Volcanoes, viruses & electric eels2017/12/13
  518. 7 December 2017: Exoplanet geology & duck-like dinosaurs2017/12/06
  519. 30 November 2017: Unnatural DNA & worm mothers2017/11/29
  520. 23 November 2017: Sleep deprivation & radioactive lightning2017/11/22
  521. 16 November 2017: Ancient inequality & bacterial communication2017/11/15
  522. 9 November 2017: Axolotls & treating a genetic skin condition2017/11/08
  523. 2 November 2017: Evolving verbs & Earth's microbiome2017/11/01
  524. 26 October 2017: Undead cells & Antarctic instability2017/10/25
  525. 19 October 2017: Neutron star gravitational waves & the future of work2017/10/19
  526. 12 October 2017: A dwarf planet & DNA sequencing2017/10/11
  527. Nature Extra: 500th show compilation2017/10/06
  528. Nature Podcast: 5 October 20172017/10/04
  529. Nature Podcast: 21 September 20172017/09/20
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  540. Grand Challenges: Energy2017/07/03
  541. Extra: The grey zone2017/06/30
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  543. Nature Podcast: 15 June 20172017/06/14
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  546. Grand Challenges: Food security2017/06/05
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  548. Nature Extra: Futures May 20172017/05/31
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  554. Grand Challenges: Ageing2017/05/01
  555. Nature Extra: Futures April 20172017/04/28
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  560. Grand Challenges: Mental Health2017/04/03
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