EUSci Podcast #68
We've got a lip-smackingly good podcast for you this time, with news from Producer Chris (our resident computational linguist), on some new ideas on how lip-smacking in primates relates to our own speech. In our other correspondent piece Jon examines research on how the process of genetic recombination is managed in mice, and he doubles up this episode, also shedding light on brain regions involved in how men like to be fondled, in our EUWhat. We've got an interesting discussion on the well-known Turing Test, but first up we have Alasdair with the news.
- Mouse protein found to choose recombination sites in mice
- Evolutionary origins of human speech may lie in lip-smacking, not calls, in primates