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The EUSci podcast is lovingly crafted (well... carefully crafted, well crafted at least), by our crack team of podcasters every two weeks. Read a bit about the team's exploits below, and tune in or jump on board yourself!

EUSci Podcast #32

For those of you currently enjoying the sunny weather in Edinburgh, this podcast is perfectly designed for listening to while sunbathing in the Meadows. This week, our host Frank Dondelinger guides us through stories about quantum entanglement, giant molecules, invasive viral DNA, and much more. So sit back and enjoy our take on the viral entanglement of science stories that made the headlines (or at least the science pages) of newspapers over the past couple of weeks.Download LinkWhat's in today's show:

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EUSci Podcast #31

It took a while, but we are finally back with a brand new EUSci podcast. This week, our host and intrepid producer Kirsten Findlay guides us through stories about solar flares, synthetic cells, risks for dementia carers, and much more. So sit back and enjoy our take on the genuine flash of science stories that made the headlines (or at least the science pages) of newspapers over the past couple of weeks.Download LinkWhat's in today's show:

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EUSci Podcast #30

Not even exams, volcanoes, and the desertion of one of our producers to Eastern Europe could keep us from bringing you the latest EUSci podcast. This week, our host Jess Hedge guides us through stories about supersized crops, elephant alarm calls, twisting nanowires, and much more.

EUSci Podcast #29

If you're living in Britain, you can't have missed that elections are rapidly approaching. If you're still undecided, the EUSci podcast is here to inform you about the science policies of the various parties. But first, our host Alan Boyd guides us through stories about opportunistic bees, virtual copycats, volcanoes on Venus, and much more.

EUSci Podcast Extra: Edinburgh Science Festival 2010

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