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Backchat: April 2017
21 Apr 2017 @ 06:00 am

Science fans everywhere will take to the streets this weekend in the March for Science. Plus, biases in artificial intelligence and how scientific papers are getting harder to read.

Nature Podcast: 13 April 2017
12 Apr 2017 @ 06:00 am

This week, politician scientists, human genetic ‘knockouts’ and East Antarctica’s instability.

Nature Podcast: 6 April 2017
5 Apr 2017 @ 06:00 am

This week, easing the pressure on fisheries, protein structure surprises, and your reading list for 2017 so far.

Grand Challenges: Mental Health
3 Apr 2017 @ 05:00 am

Mental health disorders touch rich and poor, young and old, in every country around the world. Hear three experts discuss the evidence for interventions, how to get help to the right people, and which problem, if solved, would help the most. 

Nature Extra: Futures March 2017
31 Mar 2017 @ 12:28 pm

Futures is Nature's weekly science fiction slot. Shamini Bundell reads you her favourite from March, 'Green boughs will cover thee' by Sarah L Byrne.

Nature Podcast: 30 March 2017
29 Mar 2017 @ 06:00 am

This week, mapping sound in the brain, dwindling groundwater, and giving common iron uncommon properties.

Backchat: March 2017
23 Mar 2017 @ 05:00 am

A sting operation finds several predatory journals offered to employ a fictional, unqualified academic as an editor. Plus, the Great Barrier Reef in hot water, and trying to explain 'time crystals'.

Nature Podcast: 23 March 2017
22 Mar 2017 @ 06:00 am

This week, peering into a black hole, reorganising the dinosaur family tree and finding drug combos for cancer.

Nature Podcast: 16 March 2017
15 Mar 2017 @ 06:00 am

This week, making plane fuel greener, yeast chromosomes synthesised from scratch, and seeking out hidden HIV.

REBROADCAST: Nature PastCast - March 1918
10 Mar 2017 @ 06:00 am

As the First World War draws to an end, astronomer Arthur Eddington sets out on a challenging mission: to prove Einstein’s new theory of general relativity by measuring a total eclipse. The experiment became a defining example of how science should be done.