November 11th, 2007
Episode 23 of 420 episodes
NASA gets a talking to for ignoring small asteroids, make your own 'brainbow', and why the saber tooth tiger's meow is worse than its bite. We talk to Prof Rob McLachlan, group leader for research into male reproductive endocrinology and metabolism, and Natalie Hannan, a PhD student in uterine biology, both from the Prince Henry's Institute. Plus the impact of genetic engineering on horse racing, how to tell the age of a horse from its teeth, and whether we can learn in our sleep.For more information visit www.einsteinagogo.net
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