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 #77

In this, podcast 77 you have rare chance to hear Chris the producer's ninja hosting skills as he presents an amazing collection of sciency goodness. We talk about telomeres and their role in ageing, the mechanics of Parkinson's disease transition and the beautiful and diverse ecosystems of our bellybuttons! There's also a special two-part smelly theme and the news with Mike and Adam.

This will be the last EUSci podcast of the year, but we didn't know that when we were recording. So: seasons greetings and a happy new year to all our listeners.

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EUSci Podcast #76

In this episode we're going to take you through some of the latest findings regarding our weird and wonderful bodies. You'll find out how women can smell fear and disgust in sweat without even realising and why sperm rely just as much as our hearts and lungs on the health and fitness of men. All of this along with our usual selection of round-ups that we just didn't have time for, but first up its the news with Steph and Freya.

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EUSci Podcast #75

In this, episode 75, we explore some of the recent and exciting stories from the field of science, including how we could use air to fuel our cars, sending fish into space, the biology of canine yawning and the use of electric pants to prevent bed sores! We also have news on new evidence for the 'RNA World' hypothesis for the origins of life, and a discussion on the recent conviction of Italian earthquake scientists for their failure to communicate risks appropriately.

Enjoy- and we'd love it if you got in touch on our usual channels (Twitter @eusci, or our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/39737301805/).

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EUSci Podcast Extra - Nobels 2012

In this episode your host Freya brings you our Nobel special for 2012. Every year since 1901, the Nobel prize has been awarded for acheivements in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, and for peace. The prize is an international award administered by the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm. 1n 1968 Sveriges Riksbank established Sveriges Riksbank prize for economic sciences, in memory of Alfred Nobel. Each prize consists of a medal, personal diploma, and cash award. The prizes are given out by the Swedish Academy of Sciences. Listen, as three members of the podcast take you through this year's prizes.

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EUSci Podcast #74

This show features the best science stories of the last couple of weeks; from black mamba venom to multifunctional glue we’ve got it covered. This week Sarah will be covering Tregs and their role in pregnancy while Mike will be looking at a newly discovered star orbiting a supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy. We have a discussion on space exploration as this week sees the first docking of a commercial cargo ship to the international space station. Our EuWhat features Jon looking at the HPV vaccinations and sexual promiscuity.

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