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EUSci Podcast #66

We're one digit short of the number of the beast this week, as we reach episode 66 of the EUSci podcast. Prepare to be amazed at quantum computers inside diamonds, the stem cell research that could repair your heart in the future, and at how wind turbines are NOT necessarily the bird-blenders they are sometimes made out to be. Our discussion asks if participants in medical research should be informed of incidental findings related to their health, and we have some significant information to impart in a great Feature interview by Chris featuring linguist Sean Roberts.

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Interview with Sean Roberts about spurious correlations (and correlational studies in general) like these


Should volunteers in medical studies be told of chance findings that could affect their health?


Wind farms "not major bird mincers"



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