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Einstein A Go Go Podcast: Oct 11th 2009

October 16th, 2009

Episode 101 of 400 episodes

This week on Einstein A Go Go the team take you deep into the weird and wonderful world of science. Dr Shane discusses nuclear tides in breast milk and how they can affect a baby's sleep, Photon Ray digs up the bones of our more primitive ancestors, Scholar Julia explains how coughing can occur long after someone is pronounced dead (creepy!) and Dr Andi talks about the use of ultrasound to examine teeth. She then invites special guest PHD student Adam Brochey to take us inside his university lab where he is using ultrasounds in liquid to create physical reactions such as heat and light. Plus find out which country has a gene pool more diverse than the whole of Europe!Check out the <a href="www.einsteinagogo.net"> Einstein A Go Go website.</a>