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 #85

In this episode we explore the cosmos looking for new planets with Einstein's theory of special relativity and Rowan dives into the oceans to explain why global warming could have drastic effects on turtle populations. And those students out there just finishing exams, we have a discussion on recent findings regarding whether your favourite lecturer is actually the one you learn the most from. And as always, we have the News and Round-Up with those stories we just didn’t have enough time for.

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EUSci Podcast #84

In this, episode 84, host Steph brings you three correspondent stories including coverage of Saturn's rings, Schizophrenia (covered by new podcaster Rowan) and the power of text speak. Dave's here with news covering the earth's core, gene therapy and more, and we have our usual discussion and EUWhat spots for your listening pleasure.

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EUSci Podcast #83

This episode Dave hosts yet another weird and wonderful round-up of the last fortnight's science news. We have an in-depth discussion about the ethics surrounding doctors and drugs reps, Chris gives us an update on the latest wacky research concerning human genitalia, and departing podcaster Jon covers new developments on our hobbit-sized cousins from the island of Flores. Then of course we have our usual news and roundup- enjoy, and get in touch on Twitter (@eusci) or comment below.

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EUSci Podcast #82

There's some surprising representatives from the world of science this week, as we cover a new way of telling lipstick varieties apart, and methods of tackling the untrustworthiness of Catholic cardinals. The news, read in part by prodigal podcaster Frank back in town for his PhD viva, includes babies indulging in the guilty pleasure of schadenfreude and yet another theory as to why neanderthals died out. To round up the selection our discussion tackles uncomfortable findings surrounding Facebook and our privacy and our EUWhat covers a novel use for what astronauts produce after a good meal. Enjoy.

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EUSci Podcast #81

Podcaster Mike makes his debut as host this episode, as we cover developments in solar energy technology and discover a potential weakness to be exploited in the firght against bacteria. Producer Chris also returns to one of his favorite subjects: that of spurious correlations in research, as he tells us about a link proposed between economic behaviour and language. We have a discussion covering recent criticism of the ENCODE project and ask: should emotional language be allowed in scientific journals? Of course, we start with our usual News spot, including talk of our freinds, the bees.

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