Quirks and Quarks Segmented Show from CBC Radio

A weekly Science, Medicine and Public Radio podcast
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"Please note: We are discontinuing our segmented podcast feed. Please subscribe to the whole show feed." New plastic tea-bags shed billions of tiny particles into the cup; Venus is a hellscape now, but might once have been blue like Earth; Let
Please note: We are discontinuing our segmented podcast feed. Please subscribe to the whole show feed. The glass obstacle course: Why so few women hold the top spots in STEM disciplines; Women’s brains ARE built for science. Modern neuroscienc
Please note: We are discontinuing our segmented podcast feed. Please subscribe to the whole show feed. Rocks recovered from ground zero reveal how the dinosaurs died; Archaeology from space - discovering history from a few hundred kilometres u
Please note: We are discontinuing our segmented feed. Please subscribe to the whole show feed. Dodging venomous vipers and plant poachers to study how climate change impacts insects; Searching for dinosaurs in BC’s rockies — and finding grizzl
Your Wi-Fi router could be used to watch you in your home
Dogs expressive eyebrows make us fall for their cute faces
Darwin's finches are being devastated by beak parasites
An AI learned numeracy while being trained for another task
Honing in on why some people think beets taste and smell like dirt
Bonobo mothers act as matchmakers for their sons
Sea sponges are better than scientists at DNA collection
Do electric car batteries take more CO2 to make than they save?
In our first ever Quirks & Quarks public debate, recorded live in Toronto, astronaut Chris Hadfield, cosmologist Renée Hložek, planetary scientist Marianne Mader and space flight historian Amy Shira Teitel weigh in on whether we should leave sp
Microplastics are everywhere - including in your food and drink
How we're trying to prove we own the North Pole
Elephants can smell numbers - sort of
25 years of research on the genetics of depression is wrong
Magnetic stimulation may reverse concussion symptoms in the future
They occur on Mars and other planets, not on the moon
Video games might be just the homework your kids need this summer
People in Washington will soon be able to turn their loved ones into soil
Ancient beer comes back to life using 5,000 year old yeast
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