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bringing science stories to life

Latest Episodes

Science of Smell

Proud nose in Soho Karva Javi (Flickr Creative Commons)This podcast first appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 144 on December 12th 2013 In this podcast I explore how our noses work through the science of smell.“Follow your nose” “Stop being Nosy” I’m sure there are more phrases with “nose” in them (any suggestions?) but I can’t think of any right now… This podcast explores the science of smell by looking at some of the nose research that is happening around the world. Dr Darren Logan from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute has been looking at how much our ability to smell is determined by our genetics. Darren, and others in the field of olfactory research, have found that there are two layers to your ability to smell: Layer one: we each have about 400 different receptors in our olfactory bulb at the back of our noses that represent different smells we can detect. And between different human beings there is a 30% variation in who has which of these receptors activated. ...

10 MIN2013 DEC 13
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Science of Smell

Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013

This podcast brings you the vibrant atmosphere of the Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013 - with live shows, workshops and interviews!

11 MIN2013 NOV 24
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Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013

Mozfest 2013

In this podcast I bring you some of the action from Mozfest 2013, including interviews with the Mozilla Foundation director Mark Surman and the new Mozilla Science Lab director Kaitlin Thaney

10 MIN2013 NOV 22
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Mozfest 2013

Binaural Beats

An interview with James Lane and J Epperston about Binaural Beats

10 MIN2013 OCT 11
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Binaural Beats

Over The Air 2013

A podcast coverage of Over The Air: 36 hours of mobile development

7 MIN2013 OCT 6
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Over The Air 2013

I, Science – Extinction explained

In this podcast I am at the pre-opening event of the "Extinction: not the end of the world?" exhibition at the Natural History Museum.

5 MIN2013 AUG 30
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I, Science – Extinction explained

Patenting nature

In this podcast I am exploring whether we should or shouldn't be patenting nature with Rob Carlson and Dr Siva Thambisetti

9 MIN2013 JUN 23
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Patenting nature

What’s inside your gut?

An audio exploration of what is going on inside our gut. Interviews with author Mary Roach, Dr Filipe Cabreiro from the Institute of Healthy Ageing and Dept Genetics, Evolution and Environment at University College London, and to Dr Paul Cotter from the Teagasc Food Research Centre in Ireland.

10 MIN2013 JUN 22
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What’s inside your gut?

Monsters inside your head

Here is a tour of the Brain Bank at Hammersmith Hospital that I was lucky enough to attend!

4 MIN2013 JUN 5
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Monsters inside your head

A not so bedtime story… about faecal transplants

A not so bedtime story is a fun exploration with Mary Roach of faecal transplants from her latest book - Gulp!

4 MIN2013 JUN 4
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A not so bedtime story… about faecal transplants

Latest Episodes

Science of Smell

Proud nose in Soho Karva Javi (Flickr Creative Commons)This podcast first appeared on Pythagoras Trousers episode 144 on December 12th 2013 In this podcast I explore how our noses work through the science of smell.“Follow your nose” “Stop being Nosy” I’m sure there are more phrases with “nose” in them (any suggestions?) but I can’t think of any right now… This podcast explores the science of smell by looking at some of the nose research that is happening around the world. Dr Darren Logan from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute has been looking at how much our ability to smell is determined by our genetics. Darren, and others in the field of olfactory research, have found that there are two layers to your ability to smell: Layer one: we each have about 400 different receptors in our olfactory bulb at the back of our noses that represent different smells we can detect. And between different human beings there is a 30% variation in who has which of these receptors activated. ...

10 MIN2013 DEC 13
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Science of Smell

Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013

This podcast brings you the vibrant atmosphere of the Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013 - with live shows, workshops and interviews!

11 MIN2013 NOV 24
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Abu Dhabi Science Festival 2013

Mozfest 2013

In this podcast I bring you some of the action from Mozfest 2013, including interviews with the Mozilla Foundation director Mark Surman and the new Mozilla Science Lab director Kaitlin Thaney

10 MIN2013 NOV 22
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Mozfest 2013

Binaural Beats

An interview with James Lane and J Epperston about Binaural Beats

10 MIN2013 OCT 11
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Binaural Beats

Over The Air 2013

A podcast coverage of Over The Air: 36 hours of mobile development

7 MIN2013 OCT 6
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Over The Air 2013

I, Science – Extinction explained

In this podcast I am at the pre-opening event of the "Extinction: not the end of the world?" exhibition at the Natural History Museum.

5 MIN2013 AUG 30
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I, Science – Extinction explained

Patenting nature

In this podcast I am exploring whether we should or shouldn't be patenting nature with Rob Carlson and Dr Siva Thambisetti

9 MIN2013 JUN 23
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Patenting nature

What’s inside your gut?

An audio exploration of what is going on inside our gut. Interviews with author Mary Roach, Dr Filipe Cabreiro from the Institute of Healthy Ageing and Dept Genetics, Evolution and Environment at University College London, and to Dr Paul Cotter from the Teagasc Food Research Centre in Ireland.

10 MIN2013 JUN 22
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What’s inside your gut?

Monsters inside your head

Here is a tour of the Brain Bank at Hammersmith Hospital that I was lucky enough to attend!

4 MIN2013 JUN 5
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Monsters inside your head

A not so bedtime story… about faecal transplants

A not so bedtime story is a fun exploration with Mary Roach of faecal transplants from her latest book - Gulp!

4 MIN2013 JUN 4
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A not so bedtime story… about faecal transplants