EUSci Podcast #64
Novel treatments for stroke are in the offing this week as Alasdair covers some exciting research, with Wolf representing the physical sciences with a story about the origin of the moon's magnetic field. Our intrepid newscasters have explosive stories on, amongst other things, hog farms and nuclear fusion, and Jon looks at the phenomenon of 'relational violence' in movies on behaviour in women. If that wasn't enough our discussion covers the intriguing question- how dead would you want to be before you donated your organs? Enjoy, and don't forget to get in touch with any feedback on the usual channels.
In this show
- Iron in the lunar crust deposited by iron-rich asteroids may record the orientation of an ancient lunar magnetic field
- Novel treatment for Stroke successfully demonstrated in primates