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Mon, 30th Jul 2012

The UK-Japan Young Scientists Workshop

Torii of Itsukushima Shrine near Hiroshima, one of the Three Views of Japan and a UNESCO World Heritage Site (c) Rdsmith4 - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Rdsmith4

The UK-Japan Young Scientists Workshop saw students from British and Japanese schools brought together at Cambridge University for a taste of scientific research.  To better understand how scientists can communicate their work, five students spent their time with the Naked Scientists.  In this special podcast, produced by the students, we hear why fox poo is a useful tool in biological anthropology, we discover how understanding "soft" physics can give us better chocolates, and debate the merits of nuclear power.

This podcast was produced by Lauren Page, Heanor Gate Science College; Loic Gueganton, Wellington College; Tomoki Abe, Miyagi Furukawa Reimei Senior High School; Tomoki Kuwahara, Ritsumeikan Moriyama Senior High School and Yu Ohmoto, Senior High School Attached to Kyoto University of Education.  Many thanks to Mihiro Sunose.

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