EUSci: The Edinburgh University Science Podcast
Science commentary from people who know it all (a.k.a. students). Listen to members of the Edinburgh University Science magazine discuss science stories in the news.

Welcome to Episode 105 of the EUSci podcast! During the summer break, we’ll be bringing you shorter, bite-size updates on recent science news in Edinburgh and around the world. On this episode, we’re talking about treating bacterial infections with artificial viruses, a neuroscience study linking creativity and mental health, groundbreaking technology to test the human virome, and what scientists think those eye lashes are for.

Hosted by Aleks Prochera, Lydia Jones, and Kyle Marian Viterbo.
Written by Aleks Prochera and Lydia Jones.
Edited and produced by Kyle Marian Viterbo.

Direct download: eusci_105.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:28am EDT

Welcome to Episode 104 of the EUSci podcast! This week, your team discusses new discoveries with Darwin's Finches, human fossils, unboiling eggs, and much more! We've also got a special guest, Dr. Agnès Ferté of the Insitute for Astronomy, Edinburgh. She's helped up discuss the update on Bicep 2's Gravity Waves find.

Hosted by Adam Cowden, Lydia Jones, David August, and Jonathan Farrow.
Written by Kyle Marian Viterbo and Lydia Jones.
Edited and Produced by Kyle Marian Viterbo


Direct download: eusci_104.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:33am EDT

In the last episode of the first semester this academic year our team looks at the top science news we heard in December, an update on microbial resistance to antibiotics, and infuse this podcast with seasonal gems such as: what makes the perfect Christmas dinner? A happy new year to all of our listeners! Listen and subscribe!

Hosted and written by Kyle Marian Viterbo, Jonathan Farrow, and Kristoffer Stewart.
Edited and Produced by Kyle Marian Viterbo.

Direct download: eusci_103_-_christmas_special.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:34pm EDT

Welcome to the 102nd episode! This month we discuss the successes and setbacks of the Rosetta Mission which has reached its target of landing a probe on a comet after a 10 year journey. In a correspondence we report a recent study that has used the largest sample of its type to trace genetic links to sexuality. We also have a rundown of other top news stories as well as how many bacteria can be transferred by a ten-second kiss and whether chocolate really boosts memory!

Hosted by Kyle Marian Viterbo, Kristoffer Stewart, Jonathan Farrow, David August, and Adam Cowden.
Edited and Produced by Kyle Marian Viterbo and Adam Cowden. 

Copyright ESA, image by AOES MedialabRosetta mission poster showing the deployment of the Philae lander to comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko.   Acknowledgment: The image of the comet was taken with the navigation camera on Rosetta (ESA/Rosetta/NavCam). Copyright ESA/ATG medialab; Comet image: ESA/Rosetta/Navcam.

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Category:general episode 102 -- posted at: 4:07pm EDT

Welcome to a new episode! In Episode 101 we introduce a new team of podcasters who will take you through some of the top science news from November 2014; including an interview on Ebola's spread in Africa, two correspondance pieces on the Chemistry and Physics Noble Prizes and a look at some interesting news in our EuWhat? section.

Hosted by Adam Cowden, Lucy Evans, Kyle Marian Viterbo, Ciaran Morrison and Kristoffer Stewart.
Edited and produced by Kyle Marian Viterbo and Adam Cowden.

Direct download: EUSci_Episode_101.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:36pm EDT

Welcome back everyone! Episode 100 of the EUSci podcast is finally here after our summer break. Tune in to find out why the vampire’s trick of sucking youth from the young might not be quite the myth you thought it was. Not only that but we also have the fastest flash ever made and how mice use urine for much more than we thought. 

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:11pm EDT

Hi everyone and welcome to episode 99 of the EUSci podcast. Stay tuned for the latest news on why Mercury is getting wrinkles in its old age and how you can hide objects from sound. If that’s not enough, we answer the age old debate about whether the “5 second rule” really applies to food dropped on the floor.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:36pm EDT

Hi everyone, welcome to Episode 98 of the EUSci podcast. On this show we discover how slime moulds could design a new London Underground and the latest updates on the quest for a spinal paralysis cure. And if that’s not enough, find out what penguins think of the British weather.  

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:59pm EDT

Hello and welcome to all the listeners of EUSci podcast. I'm your host Alex and in this 97th episode we have for you great deal of astounding stories from the world of science. Want to hear how memory edits the past with present experiences? Interested in the latest view on black holes from Stephen Hawking? Not sure whether buying organic makes you any good? Or maybe you just want to hear about glowing fruit flies which detect cancer? Join us during this half an hour, when we explore all of these topics.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:18pm EDT

Welcome to episode 96 of the EUSci podcast. I'm your host Dave and in this episode we'll bring you everything from the cosmic web of dark matter criss-crossing our universe to flying jellyfish. And for all the ladies out there, we have the latest hi-tech clothing invention which is likely to give you a bit of a surprise.

Direct download: Episode_96.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:30pm EDT