EUSci Podcast #34 - feat. The Sound of the Ladies
Summer break? The EUSci podcast knows no such thing. Rain or shine, we bring you the latest in science news. This week, our host Jon Manning explores stories about helpful grandmothers, x-ray lasers, super batteries, and much more. So sit back and enjoy our take on the helpful battery of science stories that made the headlines (or at least the science pages) of newspapers over the past couple of weeks.
What's in today's show:
- Pest Control Using "Come Hither" Chemical
- Sense of Touch Influences our Decisions
- Olive Oil Changes How Your Genes Work
- Super Squid Sex Organ Discovered
- Feed Curry to Sheep to Cut Methane Emissions
- Whales and Humans Linked by "Helpful Grandmothers" and Putting New Ovaries in Female Mice Increases Life Span by 40%
- Outdated Particle Accelerator Converted into the World's Brightest X-ray Laser
- Super-High Pressures Used to Create Super Battery
Yes, it's true, people eat more chocolate when they're sad.
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