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Podcast Overview

The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to neuroscience, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and providing in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors.

Podcast Episodes

Nature Podcast: 13 July 2017

This week, defying quantum noise, looking at early signs of autism, and taking steps to assess exercise.

Nature Podcast: 6 July 2017

This week, a new kind of quantum bit, the single-cell revolution, and exploring Antarctica’s past to understand sea level rise.

Grand Challenges: Energy

To combat global warming, the world needs to change where it gets its energy from. Three energy experts discuss the challenges of transitioning to low carbon energy, and what advances are needed to make the journey possible. This is the final episode in the Grand Challenges podcast series.

Extra: The grey zone

Sometimes people can become trapped in the grey zone between conscious and unconscious states. Kerri Smith talks to neuroscientist Adrian Owen about communicating with patients in vegetative states.

Backchat: June 2017

Our reporters and editors respond to the UK election. Plus, the tangled taxonomy of our species, and why physicists love to hate the standard model.

Nature Podcast: 15 June 2017

This week, treating infection without antibiotics, wireless charging, and making sense of music.   

Nature Podcast: 15 June 2017

This week, treating infection without antibiotics, wireless charging, and making sense of music.

Nature Podcast: 8 June 2017

This week, early Homo sapiens in Morocco, mathematicians trying to stop gerrymandering, and going beyond the standard model.

Grand Challenges: Food security

Millions around the world are chronically hungry. Three experts on agriculture discuss how to help people grow enough food, in a world of evolving technology, global markets and a changing climate. This is episode 3 of 4 in the Grand Challenges podcast series.

Nature Podcast: 1 June 2017

This week, ‘sticky’ RNA causes disease, disorganised taxonomy, and 'intelligent crowd' peer review.

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