Cell (www.cell.com) is a peer-reviewed journal publishing the most interesting discoveries in biology. This is their podcast feed.
Cell Podcast's Latest Posts
How little we know about what our ancestors really ate for dinner, with Richard Wrangham (0:00). How the field of neuroscience has changed over the past 25 years, with Eric Kandel (8:17). How countries are working to shape economic and social policies on biotechnology, even as the field is rapidly growing, with Jim Philp (15:15). Plus, sample a selection of the hottest new papers from Cell Press (21:43).
How epigenetics has changed the way that scientists think about heredity, with Nathan Springer (0:00). How researchers are using a trick of light to understand the behavior of single cells, with Christof Taxis (10:22). Plus, sample a selection of the hottest new papers from Cell Press (16:05).
How understanding of the cell nucleus has evolved over time, with Tom Misteli (0:00). How developments in biotechnology have spurred entire new industries over the last thirty years, with Bo Mattiasson(11:22). Plus, sample a selection of the hottest new papers from Cell Press (17:06).
How understanding neural control of appetite might help fight obesity, with Tamas Horvath (0:00) Trends in Neurosciences. How elemental design principles can provide insight into biological processing, with Wendell Lim (8:42) Molecular Cell. Plus, sample a selection of the hottest new papers from Cell Press (16:12).
In this month's Cell Podcast, we learn how llamas have helped the study of G protein-coupled receptors, with Brian Kobilka (0:00) (Trends in Pharmacological Sciences), how to teach an old genetic analysis test a cool new trick, with Trey Ideker (10:50) (Cell Reports). Plus, sample a selection of the hottest new papers from Cell Press (17:00).
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