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Exploring the coolest and most incredible stuff in science, from way back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth to a future where humans live in space! The Fun Kids Science Weekly is hosted by Dan and is the perfect science podcast for kids and families everywhere. Each week, you'll find episodes from series like Deep Space High, Age of the Dinosaurs and Professor Hallux. There's also a special guest, top experts answering all your science questions and Dangerous Dan - something scientific that’s ...
 
The award winning Science Weekly is the best place to learn about the big discoveries and debates in biology, chemistry, physics, and sometimes even maths. From the Guardian science desk Ian Sample, Hannah Devlin & Nicola Davis meet the great thinkers and doers in science and technology. Science has never sounded so good! We'd love to hear what you think, so get in touch via @guardianaudio or podcasts@theguardian.com
 
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Jim & Luke get together on Wednesdays to talk about their favorite thing - Manga! While we are going to include some big books, we plan on focusing on some lesser reviewed books like Dandadan, Ayakashi Triangle & Ghostbuster Asamu. Luke said they are bangers! Keywords: Manga, Manga Reviews, Comics, Comic Books, Anime
 
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This week in Science Weekly, Dan talks to Planetari founder Cindy Forde about climate change and the future of an eco-friendly Earth. Her new book, Bright New World, outlines some of the creative ways we can help the planet! In Science in the News, we discover the link between a meteorite in Gloucestershire and our oceans! Your questions are answer…
 
(the very) Weekly Manga Review Show 11/23/22 - Ichinose Family’s Deadly Sins, Chainsaw Man, Ayakashi Triangle, Marriagetoxin, Romantic Killer & More Keywords: Manga, Anime, Comics, Comic books, pop culture, television, movies, indie comics, dc comics, marvel comics, books, comedy The Weird Science Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC…
 
On 15 November the world’s population reached 8 billion, according to the UN. Much of that growth is because we’re living longer. As a species we will continue to age, but eventually stop growing. The UN predicts that in the next century humanity will begin to go into decline. So what happens when societies get older and smaller – a problem some co…
 
"Polytherapeutic" tinnitus treatment app delivers impressive results | New Atlas (00:49) Tinnitus is when you experience ringing or other noises in one or both of your ears. 5% of people experience tinnitus at some point in their lives A team of researchers at the University of Auckland has found it's new smartphone app treatment is getting strong …
 
Is there a specific “signature’ that make the autism brain unique? Can there be a common set of findings that certain gene expression goes up and another go down and where? And is it linked to behavior? This week, Dr. Michael Gandal at University of Pennsylvania (formerly UCLA) explains his recent findings that looks at the largest number of brain …
 
It’s supposed to be the first ever carbon neutral World Cup. Organisers Fifa and host Qatar say they have implemented sustainability initiatives, taken measures to limit carbon output and will offset greenhouse gas emissions by purchasing credits. Fifa has admitted, however, that the tournament’s carbon footprint will bigger than any of its predece…
 
In this episode of the Fun Kids Science Weekly, Dan talks to bird expert Emily Shepard from the University of Swansea to find out more about how our airborne friends stay safe during extreme weather conditions! In Science in the News we discover that rats know how to boogie, and Dan answers your most burning questions - what makes up the veggies we…
 
Thanks for listening to the Fun Kids Science Weekly. When you subscribe to Fun Kids Podcasts Plus you’ll get access to your favourite show without ads, plus access to over 30 other Fun Kids podcasts too! You’ll also unlock special bonus episodes that you won’t find anywhere else… If you're on Apple Podcasts, tap 'try free'. If you're anywhere else,…
 
(the very) Weekly Manga Review Show 11-16-22: 12 Books, Luke is Hungover, Jim is Tired & Things Get Sus Keywords: Manga, Anime, Comics, Comic books, pop culture, television, movies, indie comics, dc comics, marvel comics, books, comedy The Weird Science Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2aEzjxwSF1G_RV8OnNACmA Timestamps: 02:22 - Ch…
 
A year ago at Cop26, global environment editor Jonathan Watts caught up with two climate scientists to hear what they thought about the progress made. A lot has happened in the intervening 12 months, and the world hasn’t stayed on track with its previous promises and pledges. Global carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels are expected to increas…
 
Cop27 got off to a difficult start last week. Attendees struggled with a lack of food and drink, civil society group events were curtailed, and more than 600 fossil fuel lobbyists hit the conference halls – more than the delegations of many of the most vulnerable countries combined. As we head into the second week, Madeleine Finlay hears from biodi…
 
Show Notes: First human patients receive transfusions of lab-grown blood cells | New Atlas (01:01) For the first time ever, human patients have received transfusions of blood cells that were grown from stem cells in a lab Revolutionize blood transfusions Blood donations are life saving, but the demand outweighs the supply But only 13.6 million unit…
 
This week’s #ASFpodcast highlights a few articles from the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders this week which examined the tolerability and efficacy of online diagnostic procedures and interventions, from the perspective of both parents and clinicians. They seem to work about the same, although there were some caveats. For many reasons, …
 
In Science in the News we find out the latest news where an old train got an eco friendly renovation and Igor Klymenko chats to us about his fantastic invention that detects land mines! We have a new series on the show this week called Curious Kate, where we find out all about what electricity is. And as always we are joined by Amy to hear all abou…
 
(the very) Weekly Manga Review Show Week of 11/9/22 - Blitz, Zombie Makeout Club, Chainsaw Man, Kasparov the Ghost Master & More Keywords: Manga, Anime, Comics, Comic books, pop culture, television, movies, indie comics, dc comics, marvel comics, books, comedy Time Stamps: 0:00 - Zombie Makeout Club Chapter 1 7:11 - Romantic Killer Chapter 2 14:38 …
 
A key goal of governments around the world is economic growth – continually increasing production and consumption to keep GDP rising. But can our economies grow on a rapidly warming planet with finite resources? According to a recent UN report, the only way left to limit the worst impacts of the climate crisis is a “rapid transformation of societie…
 
As world leaders began to gather at Cop27 yesterday, speeches began on the main stage in Sharm el-Sheik. Presidents and prime ministers spoke of the need to rapidly reduce carbon emissions and the horrendous impacts of climate breakdown. But, if previous years are anything to go by – these words may not turn into concrete actions. Instead, indigeno…
 
Show Notes: Honda aims for a solid-state-powered EV by the end of the decade | Ars Technica (00:53) Honda is working on what it believes will be the breakthrough that brings solid-state batteries to the market. Working solo on this technology Shinji Aoyama, Honda's global leader of electrification, told Ars Technica: “In the springtime of 2024, we …
 
Whatever you do... DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR PUMPKINS! In Science in the News we find out the latest news with the James Webb telescope and about a crater on Mars! We figure out how we can make drinking water and learn about robots the size of our hair that could be swimming around our body soon! The fosser is the subject of this weeks dangerous Dan an…
 
(the very) Weekly Manga Review Show - Week of 11/2/22 - Crapping Pants, Hamster Spies & Alien Invasions Time Stamps: 0:00 - Intro 1:26 - MARRIAGETOXIN Chapter 25 12:03 - SAKAMOTO DAYS Chapter 93 20:03 - Akane-banashi Chapter 36 30:33 - Kaiju #8 Chapter 73 37:49 - Luke’s Bangers 38:54 - My Hero Academia Chapter 371 48:10 - Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 202…
 
On Sunday, world leaders, negotiators and industry representatives will begin to arrive in Sharm el-Sheik in Egypt for Cop27, the UN’s climate change conference. A UN report set the stage for talks last week, stating that there is “no credible pathway to 1.5C in place” and that progress on limiting global temperature rises has been “woefully inadeq…
 
A new trial is exploring if prescriptions of surfing, gardening and dance classes can reduce anxiety and depression in people aged 11 to 18. NHS mental health trusts in 10 parts of England will use a range of sports, arts and outdoor activities with 600 young people to see if it can stop conditions worsening while the sufferers are on waiting lists…
 
Show Notes: The future of solid-state batteries could be 3D-printed | The Verge (01:11) Lithium-ion batteries are everywhere: in your phone, car, camera, and more. One major flaw: safety. Lithium-ion batteries have a tendency to catch fire, especially when damaged or at high temperatures. Solid-state batteries replace a flammable liquid electrolyte…
 
This week’s podcast explores the question about whether or not it is beneficial or just confusing to teach your child with autism multiple languages, or suppress the use of more than one language at home. Turns out, being bilingual helps with executive functioning (or those with preserved executive functioning can be bilingual), language, and provi…
 
This week Scientist and author Isabel Thomas joins us to answer some of the strangest questions around. We hear about the deadly blood sucking Vulture Bee in Dangerous Dan and as always we are joined by our friends Professor Hallux and Amy's Aviation to hear all about the water you shouldn't drink and how propellors work! In Science In the News, we…
 
Crushed by a cart, infected with parasitic worms and painful bunions caused by pointy shoes. These might sound like curses you’d wish on your worst enemy, but a group of researchers have discovered they were probably a part of normal life in medieval Cambridge. Across several archaeological sites, the team have excavated and analysed hundreds of bo…
 
(the very) Weekly Manga Review Show Week of 10/26/22: Sakamoto Days, Akane-banashi , My Hero Academia & Third Reads a Charm Time Stamps: 2:05 - Sakamoto Days Chapter 92 12:10 - Chainsaw Man Chapter 108 22:55 - Dandadan Chapter 79 37:03 - Luke's Bangers 38:26 - My Hero Academia Chapter 370 50:27 - MARRIAGETOXIN Chapter Ex Bonus Chapter 4 51:17 - Aka…
 
Researchers have successfully transplanted human neurons into the brains of rats. The recent, groundbreaking study described how the human cells took root inside the rat brains, hooked up to their blood supplies and tapped into neural circuitry. Rather than create a kind of super-rat, the ultimate aim is to better understand neuropsychiatric disord…
 
Show Notes Radioactive implant wipes tumors in unprecedented pre-clinical success | New Atlas (00:52) Pancreatic cancer is notoriously difficult to diagnose and treat, with tumor cells of this type highly evasive and loaded with mutations that make them resistant to many drugs. 3.2 percent of all cancers, yet is the third leading cause of cancer-re…
 
We speak with the amazing David Aguilar about his prosthetic designs made entirely from LEGO this week, we hear about the race back to the moon and a lost otter pup in Science in the News. There is a dangerous ocean creature in Dangerous Dan. And we learn all about Hydration and the different types of planes in Professor Hallux and Amy's Aviation! …
 
Last week, a scientific assessment found wildlife populations have plunged by an average of 69% in just under 50 years. Such rapid and significant losses are leaving many of us with a deep sense of grief and anxiety. To make sense of these emotions and channel them into action, people are increasingly performing rituals and commemorative acts for t…
 
(the very) Weekly Manga Review Show 10/19/22 - 8 Books, Sus Bus Returns & Sleepy-Time Shade Time Stamps: 0:00 - Intro 2:58 - Kaiju #8 Chapter 72 8:11 - Spy x Family Chapter 69 14:33- Dandadan Chapter 78 24:24 - Luke’s Bangers 28:21 - MARRIAGETOXIN Chapter 24 37:58 - Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 201 48:08 - Chainsaw Man Chapter 107 57:59 - Ayakashi Triang…
 
Dr Paul McCrory is a world-renowned concussion expert whose work shaped concussion policy across global sport for the past 20 years. In his work, and through his role on the influential Concussion in Sport Group, McCrory had previously adopted a sceptical view on the link between concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) – a progressiv…
 
Show Notes: A bionic pancreas could solve one of the biggest challenges of diabetes | MIT Technology Review (01:02) In a recent trial, a bionic pancreas that automatically delivers insulin proved more effective than pumps or injections at lowering blood glucose levels in people with type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is a serious condition that cause…
 
You heard it in the news this week, and we discuss it on this week’s ASF podcast. Can you make little brains in a dish then make them better by providing them a real structured live neural environment? Can these organoids integrate with a live brain and be functional in vivo? The answers are: yes! Learn more from a new study published this week. Al…
 
Our interview with Dr Ciara McGrath the Young Woman Engineer of the Year reveals some of the possibilities for the smart fashion of the FUTURE! In Science in the News Seagulls are going missing and we find out what people are making with old fishing nets... and the star of dangerous Dan is the FANG TOOTHED FISH! There's still time to also catch up …
 
Plastic pollution is damaging the health of the environment, wildlife and us. It has been found on remote islands, in Antarctic snow and in human blood, breast milk and lungs. Alongside rapidly reducing how much plastic we produce, we also need to find new ways to tackle the waste we have created. Madeleine Finlay speaks to the Guardian’s environme…
 
(the very) Weekly Manga Review Show 10/12/22 - Akane-Banashi, Tokyo Underworld, Ayakashi Triangle, Jujutsu Kaisen & More Time Stamps: 0:00:00 - Intro 0:01:37 - Akane-Banashi Chapter 33 0:13:55 - Ghostbuster Osamu Chapter 7 0:22:44 - Tokyo Underworld Chapter 8 0:37:25 - Luke's Bangers 0:39:08 - My Hero Academia Chapter 369 0:48:56 - Jujutsu Kaisen C…
 
Back in April this year, Tesla chief executive Elon Musk signed a $44bn (£40bn) takeover agreement for Twitter. But, in July, the world’s richest man said he was walking away from the controversial deal, arguing Twitter has more spam accounts than it claims. Then, last week, Musk offered to complete the acquisition in a dramatic U-turn. So what mig…
 
Show Notes: Scientists Have Discovered a New Set of Blood Groups | Wired (00:52) After performing an emergency C-section for a pregnant woman, researchers were curious why there were these strange antibodies in the blood. They made a startling discovery: The woman’s blood was of an ultra rare type, which may have made her baby’s blood incompatible …
 
Clinical trials in autism are so incredibly important to families and adults, but sometimes hard to understand. Why? How can it help me or my family? What do I need to do? What do all of these terms mean? For researchers: it’s hard to get families to participate in my study. What can I do to improve the appeal? Caroline Averius and Zachary Williams…
 
It's Space Week which means we have not one, but two amazing interviews! Firstly we're finding out all about a special edition of The Week Junior's Science and Nature Magazine - plus Tim Peake answers questions from you, our wonderful listeners!! There's still time to also catch up with Professor Hallux about what we drink and Amy Aviation is here …
 
On 13 September Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman, was arrested in Tehran for allegedly violating Iran’s hijab rules. Three days later she was dead. Since then, videos of anti-regime demonstrations and acts of resistance have gone viral – leading the government to block internet access in parts of Tehran and Kurdistan. Madeleine Finlay speak…
 
(the very) Weekly Manga Review Show 10/5/22 - Ghostbuster Osamu Shows Up, Kaiju #8 Ramps Up & Dandadan Sets Up 0:00:00 - Intro 0:02:48 - Dandadan Chapter 76 0:10:47 - Spy x Family Short Mission 9 0:19:33 - Luke's Bangers: 0:21:38 - My Hero Academia Chapter 368 0:30:02 - Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 199 0:41:04 - Ghostbuster Osamu Chapter 6 0:56:07 - Kaij…
 
As the UK heads into autumn, Covid-19 appears to be surging again. According to official data, 40,650 people tested positive in England in the seven days up to and including 24 September. This was an increase of 42% on the week before. But as we brace for another wave, experts are also concerned about a potential rise in influenza. Ian Sample speak…
 
Show Notes: Google Fiber Revs Up Its Multi-Gig Speeds to 20Gbps in Newest Field Test | CNET (01:29) Google Fiber CEO Dinni Jain announced Tuesday via blog post that 20 gigs is coming, The company achieved a 20.2Gbps download speed in a field test in Kansas City Google Fiber currently offers two plan options: 1-gigabit download speeds for $70 per mo…
 
We normally focus on the function of brain cells that send signals to eachother and communicate across small or long distances, which show differences in ASD. However, we rarely pay attention to the other cells in the brain. One type of cell, called the microglia, has been shown to not only help “pick up the garbage” of the brain, but also shape th…
 
(the very) Weekly Manga Review Show 9/28/22 - Chainsaw Man, Dandadan, Spy x Family & More - Hiatus Over! 0:00:00 - Intro 0:02:19 - Dandadan Chapter 75 0:08:09 - Kaiju no. 8 Chapter 70 0:11:35 - Ayakashi Triangle Chapter 106 0:20:12 - My Hero Academia Chapter 367 0:28:41 - Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 198 0:35:29 - Chainsaw Man Chapter 105 0:46:37 - Spy X…
 
Have you ever heard of the Shrike Bird? Its in our Dangerous Dan this week! We answer your questions on 'What is Chlorophyll' and 'Will we ever live on another planet?'. We also have Professor Alan Wilson join us to chat about his work on Big Cats and we are joined by Hallux again to learn about our Hydration and Amys Aviation to learn about Metal …
 
This week, Nasa scientists smashed a spacecraft into an asteroid, more than 11m km from Earth. Most rocket scientists would wince at the thought, but the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, or DART, was purposefully designed to slam head-on into the asteroid Dimorphos. The aim is to nudge it off its current orbit, in an experiment that will assess th…
 
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