The eLife Podcast: from eLife, the international journal for outstanding research in the life and biomedical sciences.

26 September 2019

How geese make it over the Himalayas, life aboard the ISS and organoids recreate a retina in a dish...

10 July 2019

The blind monkey that can see, wasps that fumigate to keep food fresh, and imaging blood vessels...

01 June 2019

eLife has a new Editor-in-Chief. Who is he, and what are his plans for the journal?

31 May 2019

Tracking malaria the molecular way, fossilised ant-defying beetles and a new editor-in-chief

26 April 2019

Impacts of measles vaccination campaigns, brain remodelling and multipartite viruses

29 March 2019

The shellfish that hunt using insulin, and brain pathways linked to addiction...

27 February 2019

Misidentified cultured cells, frogs that sing underwater, genes for longevity, and brain cell size and IQ

29 January 2019

Fungus-farming ants, smells and memory, deep sea species and the trust hormone...

19 December 2018

Nerves that taste salt, the first flowers and a fossil flying squirrel...

14 November 2018

The wildlife impact of urban sprawl, Devil Facial Tumour Disease 2 and how LSD works in the brain...

10 October 2018

How gut bacteria alter diabetes risk, and how the microbiome can manipulate your mood...

24 August 2018

How early life copied its genetic information, genes for pigeon plumage, and bovine TB...

03 July 2018

Conserving trees, gut bugs and drugs, and why there's always room for chocolate cake...

31 May 2018

Echolocation in bats, aspirin for treating TB, and a new way to map the brain...

28 March 2018

Science publishing, diabetes and coenzyme Q, oxygen and evolution, lip-reading, and autism...

26 February 2018

Disease control in insects, placental development, PTSD, and crickets make themselves louder...

16 January 2018

Mosquito tracking, self-esteem, biological engineering and speedy salmon sperm...

22 November 2017

Muscles and the body clock, raising circumcision rates, and monkeys with a seafood habit...

24 October 2017

In this special episode we hear about photosynthesis, forensics, peer review, and the past, present and future of eLife...

11 September 2017

Biomarkers for epilepsy, how fish can recognise faces, insect anti-anti aphrodisiacs, and why striving for novelty may...

18 July 2017

Sea urchin immunity, symbiotic squid bacteria, anxiety, and a training course to promote collaboration between...

15 June 2017

Neglected tropical diseases, including TB, Zika, malaria and schistosomiasis go under the microscope...

30 April 2017

In this month's eLife, hear about naturally engineered medicine, gender bias in journals and linking up areas of...

31 March 2017

Brain implants help people with paralysis, nicotine exposure affects male offspring, toxoplasma, how human handedness...