EUSci Podcast #70
It's podcast episode 70, and we have host Steph on hand to expertly navigate us through the most interesting science stories of the past few weeks. On the subject of navigation we have a fascinating correspondent piece on the magnetic cells used by fish to find their way back to their spawning grounds hundreds of miles away. We also find out how humans found their way into the Americas in multiple waves many thousands of years ago. In a subject close to our podcasters' hearts we ask: are there too many PhD students and post-docs? Our EUWhat features Hollywood portrayals of menstruation, but as usual it's the news that kicks us off, including some potentially alarming new findings on global warming, and on how viral vaccines combine in the wild.