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EUSci Podcast #65

The biologists dominate our correspondents this episode, with stories on the use of antibodies in cancer treatment, what mice are telling us about the imact of memories on our experience of events, and a funky mechanism of UV light sensing in plants. It's been an exciting few weeks for physics in the news, however, with Wolf and Chris guiding you through stories from robotic hummingbirds to bleeding plastics. Being this close to easter we couldn't resist a chocolate story, and what do you know, it's good for you- as we tell you in our EUWhat. As an extra special treat we have an excerpt of a fascinating interview with cognitive scientist Daniel Casasanto (full interview to follow). Enjoy!

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Excerpt from an interview by our Producer Chris with Daniel Casasanto, a cognitive scientist at the New School For Social Research about how differences in language, culture and even our bodies give rise to different ways of thinking about the world


Chocolate *munch* is *snaffle* good *chomp* for you



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