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Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio | Best Science Podcasts (2017)

Our selection of the best science podcasts of 2017. New science podcasts are updated daily from your favorite science news services and scientists.


Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio
CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.

Conspiracy theories, Rat brain organoids, Road to Tuktoyaktuk, Passenger pigeons, Berlin patient, Sweet Tooth
2017-11-16 21:00:00
Conspiracy theories, Rat brain organoids, Road to Tuktoyaktuk, Passenger pigeons, Berlin patient, Sweet tooth
54 minutes, 29 seconds


Mail order CRISPR, Circadian injuries, Daydream Believers, One thing about science, Quark bomb
2017-11-09 21:00:00
Mail order CRISPR, Circadian injuries, Daydream Believers, One thing about science, Quark bomb
54 minutes, 27 seconds


Vaginal seeding, ice music, bat dialects, opioids making pain worse, Alzheimer's origins, and more
2017-11-02 21:00:00
Vaginal seeding, ice music, bat dialects, opioids making pain worse, Alzheimer's origins, Earthquake prediction.
54 minutes, 29 seconds


North Korea's nuclear earthquakes, Tailings dandelion, How volcanoes helped the Romans destroy Egyptian rule, Warming the ocean floor, and more
2017-10-26 21:00:00
North Korea's nuclear earthquakes, Tailings Dandelion, The chance discovery of an odd arctic jellyfish, Warming the ocean floor, How volcanoes helped the Romans destroy Egyptian rule, A more effective pneumonia vaccine, Abandoning the prairies - Question.
54 minutes, 4


AI learns without humans, Loon lead poisoning, Neutron star crash, Sex addiction, Gene Mutation
2017-10-19 21:00:00
AI learns without humans, Loon lead poisoning, Neutron star crash, Sex addiction, Quirks Question Gene Mutation.
54 minutes, 4


Zap your brain to get smarter, Divorce genetics, Deep-sea mining, War on coal and Energy East, Zika mutation and Volcanoes under water
2017-10-12 21:00:00
Zap your brain to get smarter, Divorce is genetic, Deep-sea mining, War on coal and Energy East, Zika mutation and Quirks Question - Volcanoes under water.
54 minutes, 46 seconds


Firearms knowledge gap, Our missing dreams, Asteroid impact drills, Herpes patient zero, Nobel prize in Physics and Grey rainbows
2017-10-05 21:00:00
NRA has suppressed gun violence research; Your dreams are disappearing in a cloud of pot smoke; Dry run for an asteroid collision with Earth; The ancient primate we can blame for genital herpes; Nobel prize winner almost messed up his experiment; Fogbows.
54 minutes, 27 seconds


Science advisor, Giant rat, Sleep deprivation and depression, Migrating via tsunami, Stardust and the sound of Saturn's rings
2017-09-28 21:00:00
Science advisor Dr. Mona Nemer, Giant rat on the Solomon Islands, Sleep deprivation and depression, Migrating species via tsunami debris, Star dust book, and the sound of Saturn's rings.
54 minutes, 46 seconds


Human echolocation, Debunking the 'power pose,' Fighting wildfire, Do jellyfish sleep? Filching fossil footprints
2017-09-21 21:00:00
Watch this "batman" echolocate; "No evidence" power posing will get you a job; Fires are torching forests and we need to change tactics; Scientists discover jellyfish need sleep too; Vandals steal 6 million year old footprints; Can hurricanes be blasted?
54 minutes, 4


North Korea's Nukes, Bacteria fights chemotherapy, How Neanderthals made glue, Does weather change climate beliefs, Our future with AI, and tracking the eclipse
2017-09-14 21:00:00
North Korea's Nukes, Bacteria fights chemotherapy, How Neanderthals made glue, Does weather change climate beliefs, Our future with AI, and Quirks Question: tracking the eclipse
54 minutes, 46 seconds




Best Science Podcasts 2017

We have hand picked the best science podcasts for 2017. Sit back and enjoy new science podcasts updated daily from your favorite science news services and scientists.
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