November 18th, 2012
Episode 232 of 433 episodes
Dr Shane, Dr Krystal and Dr Chromo bring you the week's hottest science, including belly button bacteria, World Toilet Day, dietary effects on depression, politicians with a science background, and pie-like features on Mercury. The team talk to Associate Professor Ed Newbigin, from the School of Botany at the University of Melbourne, about the sex life of plants including hayfever and the pollen count. Dr Chromo reviews "Identically Different: Why You Can Change Your Genes" by Dr Tim Spector, and Dr Shane and Dr Krystal discuss an article that links babies' IQ with drinking during pregnancy. For more information visit: http://einsteinagogo.net/
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