Science Magazine Podcast
Weekly podcasts from Science Magazine, the world's leading journal of original scientific research, global news, and commentary.

Adam Ford discusses linking plants, their herbivores, and their predators on the East African savannah. Science daily news editor David Grimm brings stories on storing CO2 underground for millions of years, why fruit flies like yeast and vice versa, and volcanoes on the moon. [Img: Filip Lachowski]

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The rights and responsibilities of robots.

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Satellite data helps map the last unexplored terrain on planet Earth.

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New evidence reveals the complicated history of stone tool use 400,000 - 200,000 years ago.

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Hindcasting weather over the ocean near the California coast for 600 years.

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Frugal engineering for global health; roundup of daily news.

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Bringing cellulosic ethanol to market; roundup of daily news.

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Sharing microbes around the house; roundup of daily news.

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Investigating web censorship practices in China; roundup of daily news.

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Parenting from before conception; roundup of daily news.

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