Royal Society Publishing

Welcome to the Royal Society Publishing video podcast channel.The series will bring you an insight into the research behind some of the articles published by the Society. Each episode features an interview related to one or more of the most exciting articles published in the Royal Society journals.

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Welcome to the Royal Society Publishing video podcast channel.The series will bring you an insight into the research behind some of the articles published by the Society. Each episode features an interview related to one or more of the most exciting articles published in the Royal Society journals.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2009-10-25 00:00
last episode published
2012-07-19 14:00
publication frequency
43.38 days
Contributors
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Number of Episodes
24
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Science & Medicine Natural Sciences

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
19.07.2012

Do dolphins think non-linearly?

Dolphins have been observed to blow bubble nets when hunting prey. Such bubble nets would confound the best man-made sonar because the strong scattering by the bubbles generates 'clutter' in the sonar image, which cannot be distinguished from the true ...
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13.07.2012

The Turing legacy

In celebration of Alan Turing's centenary, the Royal Society has published two special issues "The foundations of computation, physics and mentality: the Turing legacy" by S Barry Cooper and Samson Abramsky and "Computability and the Turing centenary" ...
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25.06.2012

The social network and communicative complexity in animals

Philosophical Transactions B has published a theme issue on "The social network and communicative complexity in animals" which addresses the hypothesis that an important factor influencing the complexity of communicative signals in individuals is the c...
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24.04.2012

Metacognition

Metacognition can be defined as thinking about thinking and Philosophical Transactions B has just published an issue highlighting the advances being made in research to measure and quantify metacognition, and understand its neural basis. In this podcas...
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6.02.2012

APC tumour suppressor

Most cases of colorectal cancer are linked to mutational inactivation of the Adenomatous polyposis coli (APC) tumour suppressor. In this podcast Mariann Bienz discusses her Open Biology paper 'The Adenomatous polyposis coli tumour suppressor is essenti...
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19.01.2012

Models in Palaeontology

In this podcast Paul Barrett and Andrew Smith talk about a Special Feature in Biology letters they have guest-edited which brings together a series of papers that showcase how modelling the past is being applied to advance our understanding across a wi...
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6.01.2012

The Large Hadron Collider Project

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is opening the way for the search for new phenomena. The Philosophical Transactions A issue "Physics at the High Energy Frontier - The Large Hadron Collider Project" brings together papers from a discussion meeting that ...
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22.11.2011

Introducing Open Biology

The Royal Society has launched a new journal, Open Biology, which is a fast, open access journal covering biology at the molecular and cellular level. This selective, online journal will publish original, high-quality, peer- reviewed research articles....
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22.11.2011

Brood Parasitism in Greater Honeyguides

The brood parasitic behaviour of the commoon cuckoo is well known, with observations by Edward Jenner back in the 1780s having been publishing in Philosophical Transactions. The African greater honeyguide chick exhibits rather more brutal adaptations t...
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22.11.2011

The Complexity of Sleep

Philosophical Transactions A has published a theme issue The Complexity of Sleep, which looks at the application of complexity science to studying the complex dynamics of the sleeping brain is a fast. Claire Birch talks to one of the Guest Editors, Tho...
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21.06.2011

Thatcher - The Scientist

Claire Birch interviews Dr Jon Agar who has published a paper in Notes and Records which looks at Margaret Thatcher's early career as a scientist, an area of her life often overlooked by biographers. He then discusses how this training may have influen...
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30.03.2011

Plant and Fungi Symbiosis

Dr Martin Bidartondo, Professor Jeff Duckett and their colleagues have published a paper in Biology Letters which studies the symbiosis between plants and fungi. In this video podcast Charlotte Wray asks them about their findings which suggest that fun...
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30.03.2011

Mapping of Fossil Reptile Skin

In this video podcast Claire Birch interviews Drs Phil Manning and Roy Wogelius who, along with their colleagues, have published a paper in Proceedings B which describes a new non-destructive method for studying fossilised soft tissue. They have demons...
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30.03.2011

The Ocular Lens

Philosophical Transactions B has published a theme issue which showcases the scientific knowledge of the processes involved in the development, physiology and pathology of the ocular lens. In this video podcast Joanna Bolesworth talks to one of the gue...
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2.01.2011

Blackawton Bees

Charlotte Wray reports novel findings in how bumblebees perceive colour in a paper written by 8-10 year old pupils at Blackawton School in Devon under the supervision of scientist Beau Lotto .
Royal Society Publishing author
4.12.2010

Mars Hopper

Claire Birch talks talks to Drs Hugo Williams, Richard Ambrosi and Nigel Bannister about their paper in Proceedings A which studies the feasibility of building a Mars hopping vehicle.
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4.12.2010

Mim Bower

Wendy Barnaby talks to Dr Mim Bower about her co-authored paper in Biology Letters which traces the origins of Thoroughbred foundation mares.
Royal Society Publishing author
2.09.2010

Professor Tom Daniel and Professor Andrew Biewener

Wendy Barnaby talks to Professor Tom Daniel and Professor Andrew Biewener about their paper on Control and Dynamics of Animal Movement.
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12.07.2010

Dr Alex Thornton

Wendy Barnaby talks to Dr Alex Thornton about the paper he co-authored in Proceedings B which looks at what time meerkats get up in the morning.
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6.02.2010

Professor Cyril Hilsum

Wendy Barnaby interviews Cyril about his article on the history of how flat panel electronic displays were developed.
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20.01.2010

Professor Richard Ellis

Wendy Barnaby talks to Richard Ellis about his article on Gravitational Lensing.
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4.01.2010

Uta and Chris Frith

Wendy Barnaby talks to Uta and Chris Frith about their article on how the brain affects social interaction and communication.
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23.11.2009

Sir Partha Dasgupta

Wendy Barnaby talks to Sir Partha about his article and how nature should be taken into account when looking at economic development.
Royal Society Publishing author
25.10.2009

Moira Wilson

Wendy Barnaby talks to Dr Moira Wilson about her article - Dating fired clay ceramics using long term power law rehydroxylation kinetics
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