Science Update Podcast– Daily Edition

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Each 60-second episode of the daily Science Update Podcast series is a brief yet satisfying story on the latest discoveries in science, technology and medicine, from aardvarks to zygotes, and, every now and then, aardvark zygotes. We also answer your science questions and even say your name on the air (unless you’d really rather we didn’t) and send you a highly collectible Science Update"Smarten Up" mug. The Science Update family of radio shows and podcasts is produced by AAAS, the world’s largest general scientific society. Those who prefer their podcasts weekly should check out the Science Update Podcast– Weekly Edition.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2018-09-21 16:48
last episode published
2017-03-31 04:58
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Number of Episodes
411
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
21.09.2018

Cytokine Research

A breakthrough in medical research arises out of an unexpected finding in chicken eggs.
NO AUTHOR author
20.09.2018

Body Clock Blood Test

A new blood test can monitor our internal clock.
NO AUTHOR author
19.09.2018

Implicit Bias

Researchers win an award for original work on implicit bias.
NO AUTHOR author
18.09.2018

Early Spring

Spring is arriving early to North American wildlife refuges because of climate change.
NO AUTHOR author
17.09.2018

Noise-Canceling Brain Circuit

Why don’t we get distracted by our own noise?
NO AUTHOR author
14.09.2018

Fowl Science

Studying a gland from the rear ends of chickens led to key insights into the immune system.
NO AUTHOR author
13.09.2018

Sun’s Birthplace

Where did our Sun get its start?
NO AUTHOR author
12.09.2018

Flightless Genes

Researchers identify genetic factors that grounded a species of birds whose relatives all can fly.
NO AUTHOR author
11.09.2018

Green Roof Birds

Green roofs in New York City attract birds.
NO AUTHOR author
10.09.2018

Solar Rainfall

Solar and wind farms would provide abundant electricity to the Sahara desert, and result in increased rainfall and vegetation as well.
NO AUTHOR author
7.09.2018

Sleepwalking Brains

A listener asks what's going on in the brain when someone is sleepwalking.
NO AUTHOR author
6.09.2018

Cooling Wetlands

Marshes could help cool off of increasingly hot summer conditions.
NO AUTHOR author
5.09.2018

Plant Fragrance Switch

Coaxing plants into producing some fresh-smelling medicinals.
NO AUTHOR author
4.09.2018

Science Explains Tortoise vs. Hare

The metaphor of the Tortoise and the Hare can be applied to the speed of life of animals of all sizes, according to new research.
NO AUTHOR author
3.09.2018

Arctic Greening

30 years of satellite data confirms that the Arctic is greening.
NO AUTHOR author
31.08.2018

Marmoset Baby Talk

A study suggests baby marmosets’ calls change as they grow up - questioning more than 50 years of conventional wisdom about primate vocalizations.
NO AUTHOR author
30.08.2018

Sleep Deprivation and Muscle Loss

Sleep deprivation can boost fat cell production and reduce muscle mass.
NO AUTHOR author
29.08.2018

Anti-Vaccine Cyberbots

Russian cyberbots are spreading vaccine disinformation.
NO AUTHOR author
28.08.2018

Queen Bees

The diet of baby bee larvae activates genes that turn some into workers and others into queens.
NO AUTHOR author
27.08.2018

Social Robots & Autism

Robots help children with autism develop social skills at home
NO AUTHOR author
24.08.2018

Seed-Inspired Material

A tiny seed inspires an engineer to design tough new materials.
NO AUTHOR author
23.08.2018

Fireball Sounds

Seismologists track a fireball by its sound.
NO AUTHOR author
22.08.2018

Gut Microbes & Universal Blood

Can gut bacteria enzymes make everyone a universal blood donor?
NO AUTHOR author
21.08.2018

Fast-Living Fish

An animal that grows up, reproduces and dies of old age in just a few weeks.
NO AUTHOR author
20.08.2018

Cancer-Resistant Elephants

Researchers discover the genetic basis for elephants’ resistance to cancer.
NO AUTHOR author
17.08.2018

3D Sound Synthesizer

A software program calculates the sounds made by animated objects.
NO AUTHOR author
16.08.2018

Robot Peer Pressure

Can robots exert peer pressure, influencing people’s decisions?
NO AUTHOR author
14.08.2018

Nurse Inventors

A nurse works to inspire others in the profession to try their hand at inventing.
NO AUTHOR author
14.08.2018

Alcohol-Resistant Microbe

A disease-causing microbe is becoming resistant to alcohol hand sanitizer.
NO AUTHOR author
13.08.2018

Edible Crickets & Gut Health

Edible crickets could improve gut health.
NO AUTHOR author
10.08.2018

DNA in Amber

Could scientists really get dinosaur DNA from insects preserved in amber?
NO AUTHOR author
9.08.2018

Bioengineered Lungs

Scientists successfully grow and transplant bioengineered lungs into pigs.
NO AUTHOR author
8.08.2018

Seeing AI

A powerful mobile phone app helps blind users see the world.
NO AUTHOR author
7.08.2018

Soft Deep-Sea Robots

Engineering customized robots to safely study the animals of the deep sea.
NO AUTHOR author
6.08.2018

Birdsong Dreams

Researchers have discovered that when songbirds dream, the vocal muscles they use for singing become active.
NO AUTHOR author
3.08.2018

Birds & Alligators

Though mortal enemies, alligators and water birds team up against raccoons in the Florida Everglades.
NO AUTHOR author
2.08.2018

Religion & Prosperity

Why do secular societies tend to be more prosperous?
NO AUTHOR author
1.08.2018

Color Blind Glasses

New eyeglasses can reduce color blindness.
NO AUTHOR author
31.07.2018

Prettier Produce

With the help of gene editing, fruits and vegetables may soon become prettier and more delicious.
NO AUTHOR author
30.07.2018

Bees & Elephants

Bee alarm pheromones act as an effective elephant repellent.
NO AUTHOR author
27.07.2018

Hot Flashes

Scientists explore the brain cells responsible for hot flashes.
NO AUTHOR author
26.07.2018

Polluted Parks

National Parks may harbor smog along with their forests and wildlife.
NO AUTHOR author
25.07.2018

Dogs & Human Emotions

Our shared history has shaped how dogs respond to our emotions
NO AUTHOR author
24.07.2018

The Meghalayan Age

Geologists designate a new age for modern times.
NO AUTHOR author
23.07.2018

Horse Snorts

Horses snort when they’re content.
NO AUTHOR author
20.07.2018

Smart Houseplants

Could genetically engineered houseplants protect our homes?
NO AUTHOR author
19.07.2018

Resilient Salamanders

New research shows that salamanders are more adaptable to warming temperatures than was thought.
NO AUTHOR author
18.07.2018

Ticks By Mail

Scientists ask volunteers to share their ticks.
NO AUTHOR author
17.07.2018

Lost Whales

Turning cancer cells into cancer-fighting machines.
NO AUTHOR author
16.07.2018

Lost Whales

Whales used the Mediterranean as breeding grounds during ancient Roman times.
NO AUTHOR author