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Nature Podcast | 2020-06-05      
 - Coronapod: The heavy toll on people of colour - In this episode:00:45 Black Lives MatterThe killing of George Floyd,... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-06-03      
 - Lab-made skin grows its own hair - This week, a new method to grow hairy skin in a dish, and new research takes aim... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-05-29      
 - Coronapod: The divisive hydroxychloroquine study that's triggering mass confusion - 00:59 Chloroquine on rocky... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-05-27      
 - Super-efficient catalyst boosts hopes for hydrogen fuel - This week, perfecting catalysts that split water using... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-05-22      
 - Coronapod: Hope and caution greet vaccine trial result, and Trump vs the WHO - 01:38 Trump vs the WHOPresident Trump... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-05-20      
 - A synthetic eye that 'sees' like a human - This week, crafting an artificial eye with the benefits of a human's, and... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-05-15      
 - Coronapod: The misinformation pandemic, and science funding fears - With questionable coronavirus content flooding... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-05-13      
 - The super-sleuth who spots trouble in science papers, and the puzzle of urban smog - This week, Elisabeth Bik tells... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-05-08      
 - Coronapod: The dangers of ignoring outbreaks in homeless shelters, plus coronavirus and drug abuse - Outbreaks among... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-05-06      
 - 07 May 2020: Galileo and the science deniers, and physicists probe the mysterious pion - This week, a new way to... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-05-01      
 - Coronapod: What use are contact tracing apps? And new hopes for coronavirus drug remdesivir - The Coronapod team... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-04-29      
 - 30 April 2020: A sniff test for consciousness, and how to cut antibiotics use — with vaccines - This week, how... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-04-24      
 - Coronapod: The race to expand antibody testing - Benjamin Thompson, Noah Baker, and Amy Maxmen discuss the role of... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-04-22      
 - 23 April 2020: Denisovan DNA in modern Europeans, and the birth of an unusual celestial object - This week, evidence... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-04-17      
 - Coronapod: Troubling news - Benjamin Thompson, Noah Baker, and Amy Maxmen discuss Trump withholding funds from the... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-04-10      
 - Coronapod: An untapped resource - Benjamin Thompson, Noah Baker, and Amy Maxmen discuss the labs struggling to get... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-04-08      
 - 09 April 2020: A plastic-recycling enzyme, and supercooled molecules - This week, a new enzyme speeds up the... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-04-03      
 - Coronapod: Ramping up responses - Benjamin Thompson, Noah Baker, and Amy Maxmen discuss the latest on the British... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-04-01      
 - 02 April 2020: Dating an ancient hominid skull, and an ancient Antarctic rainforest - This week, reassessing the age... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-03-27      
 - Coronapod: Old treatments and new hopes - Benjamin Thompson, Noah Baker, and Amy Maxmen discuss efforts to develop... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-03-25      
 - 25 March 2020: Ultra-fast electronic switches, and computing heart health - This week, a speedy, yet simple switch,... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-03-25      
 - 25 March 2020: Ultra-fast electrical switches, and computing heart health - This week, a speedy, yet simple switch,... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-03-21      
 - Podcast Extra: Rosamund Pike on portraying Marie Curie - Radioactive is a new biopic on Marie Skłodowska... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-03-20      
 - Coronapod: “Test, test, test!” - In the first of our new podcast series, Benjamin Thompson, Noah Baker,... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-03-18      
 - 19 March 2020: Rosamund Pike in Radioactive, and the resurgence of Russian science - This week, we speak to Rosamund... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-03-17      
 - Podcast Extra: Coronavirus - science in the pandemic - In this Podcast Extra, we hear from epidemiologists,... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-03-13      
 - Long Read Podcast: Are feelings more than skin deep? - Research in the 1960s and 1970s suggested that emotional... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-03-11      
 - 12 March 2020: An ancient bird trapped in amber, and life beneath the ocean floor - This week, a newly discovered... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-03-04      
 - 05 March 2020: Ultrafast machine vision, and quicker crystal creation - This week, improving computers’ image... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-02-28      
 - Backchat: Covering coronavirus - In this edition of Backchat we take a deep dive into Nature's coverage of... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-02-26      
 - 27 February 2020: Mapping fruit flies’ neural circuitry, and perfecting the properties of metallic glass -... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-02-26      
 - Podcast Extra: ‘There is lots of anxiety’: a scientist’s view from South Korea - In recent days,... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-02-26      
 - Podcast Extra: How coronavirus is affecting research in South Korea - In recent days, the number of coronavirus... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-02-19      
 - 20 February 2020: Improving battery charging, and harnessing energy from the air - This week, machine learning helps... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-02-12      
 - 13 February 2020: The puzzling structures of muddled materials, and paving the way for the quantum internet - This... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-02-05      
 - 06 February 2020: Out-of-office emails and work-life-balance, and an update on the novel coronavirus outbreak - This... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-01-29      
 - 30 January 2020: Linking Australian bushfires to climate change, and Asimov's robot ethics - This week, establishing... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-01-22      
 - 23 January: How stress can cause grey hair, and the attitude needed to tackle climate change - This week, why stress... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-01-15      
 - 16 January 2020: Strange objects at the centre of the galaxy, and improving measurements of online activity - In... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-01-08      
 - 09 January 2020: A look ahead at science in 2020 - In this episode of the podcast, Nature reporter Davide... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2020-01-01      
 - 01 January 2020: Our reporters’ top picks of 2019 - In this special round-up episode of the Nature Podcast,... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-12-27      
 - Nature PastCast, December 1920: The Quantum Theory - This year, Nature celebrates its 150th birthday. To mark this... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-12-23      
 - Podcast Extra: From climate lawyer to climate activist - 2019 will likely go down as a pivotal year for public... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-12-20      
 - Podcast Extra: Epigenetics - As part of Nature's 150th anniversary celebrations, Nick Howe dives into the... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-12-18      
 - 19 December 2019: A solution to the three-body problem, and festive fun - We’ve launched our 2019 listener... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-12-18      
 - 19 December 2019: The three-body problem, and festive fun - We’ve launched our 2019 listener survey. We want... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-12-16      
 - Long Read Podcast: How to save coral reefs as the world warms - Research groups around the world are exploring new... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-12-11      
 - 12 December 2019: Social priming, and acoustic science - We recently launched our 2019 listener survey. We want to... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-12-04      
 - 05 December 2019: Genomic sequencing and the source of solar winds - We recently launched our 2019 listener survey.... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-11-29      
 - Nature Pastcast, November 1869: The first issue of Nature - This year, Nature celebrates its 150th birthday. To mark... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-11-27      
 - 28 November 2019: Nature’s 2019 PhD survey, and older women in sci-fi novels - This week, delving into the... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-11-20      
 - 21 November 2019: A new antibiotic from nematode guts, grant funding ‘lotteries’, and butterfly genomes... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-11-13      
 - 14 November 2019: A rapid, multi-material 3D printer, and a bacterium’s role in alcoholic hepatitis - This... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-11-07      
 - Backchat: Nature's 150th anniversary - This week marks 150 years since the first issue of Nature was published, on 4... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-11-06      
 - 07 November 2019: The fossil of an upright ape, science in 150 years, and immunization progress around the world -... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-10-31      
 - Carl Sagan uses Galileo to search for signs of life - This year, Nature celebrates its 150th birthday. To mark this... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-10-31      
 - Nature Pastcast, October 1993: Carl Sagan uses Galileo to search for signs of life - This year, Nature celebrates... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-10-30      
 - 31 October 2019: An AI masters the video game StarCraft II, and measuring arthropod abundance - This week, a... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-10-28      
 - Podcast Extra: Detecting gravitational waves - As part of Nature's 150th anniversary celebrations, we look back at... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-10-23      
 - 24 October 2019: Quantum supremacy and ancient mammals - This week, a milestone in quantum computing, and rethinking... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-10-16      
 - 17 October 2019: Mapping childhood mortality, and evolving ‘de novo’ genes - This week, investigating... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-10-09      
 - 10 October 2019: Estimating earthquake risk, and difficulties for deep-learning - This week, a method for predicting... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-10-09      
 - Podcast Extra: Q&A with Nobel Prize winner John B Goodenough - In this Podcast Extra, we speak to John B Goodenough,... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-10-08      
 - Podcast Extra: Q&A with Nobel Prize winner Didier Queloz - In this Podcast Extra, we speak to physicist Didier... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-10-02      
 - 03 October 2019: Leapfrogging speciation, and migrating mosquitoes - This week, how new species may form by sexual... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-09-27      
 - Nature PastCast, September 1963: Plate tectonics – the unifying theory of Earth sciences - This... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-09-25      
 - 26 September 2019: Mysteries of the ancient mantle, and the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy - This week,... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-09-25      
 - 26 September 2019: Diamonds from the depths, and the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy - This week, diamond-containing... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-09-21      
 - Podcast Extra: Absurd scientific advice - How To: Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems is the new... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-09-19      
 - Backchat: Covering Climate Now - In this episode:00:44 A global media collaborationThis week, Nature is taking part... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-09-18      
 - 19 September 2019: XKCD, and Extinction Rebellion - This week, absurd advice from XKCD’s Randall Munroe, and a... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-09-11      
 - 12 September 2019: Modelling early embryos, and male-dominated conferences - This week, modelling embryonic... 
   
Nature Podcast | 2019-09-04