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

16 September 2022

The bugs we trade with urban animals, how putting the squeeze on cancer affects metastasis, and tracing population...

04 July 2022

Signs that some vapes can inflame the brain and other organs...

06 May 2022

What can baboons teach us about how language and handedness seem to go hand in hand?

15 March 2022

Gene screening for the elusive trigger of human birth, transmissible tumours, and hunter gatherers with a taste for...

02 February 2022

Bones that confirm how Australopithecines walked, and microbes that can fight off skin infections...

13 December 2021

Some corals are immune to bleaching, but the trade-off is they grow more slowly...

17 October 2021

The best tests for Covid-19, stress and going grey, and the impacts of junk food...

30 June 2021

Breaking a pair-bond provokes cancer growth, and signs male baboons age faster as they ascend the social ladder...

27 May 2021

Plus, why elephants don't get cancer, and why deforestation causes peaks and troughs in malaria cases

14 April 2021

And understanding our ageing body clocks...

23 February 2021

Tracking down the location of the mysterious land of Punt, and the genes we're ignoring in COVID cases...

17 December 2020

And how exercise stops cancer cells from growing...

13 November 2020

And new technology to study mosquito biting behaviour...

05 October 2020

Artificial intelligence reveals a better test for prostate cancer, and why the brain is stuffed with stem cells...

04 September 2020

How your ear muscles betray you and oily fish combats heart failure

30 June 2020

How sweetness takes away the pleasure of consuming and makes you eat more...

01 June 2020

How genetic plasticity enables sparrows to live alongside us, and fish to evolve rapidly to life in caves...

03 April 2020

Ebola, SARS, rabies... Bats are replete with lethal pathogens. But why?

06 March 2020

How some flowers have 2 dads, and is your genome at risk of getting hacked?

06 February 2020

Why antibodies to the infection disappear, and why we're cooler today than we used to be...

20 December 2019

What accounts for the bomb-proof biology of the tardigrade?

30 October 2019

How many DNA changes did Mum and Dad bestow upon each of us? And why too little sleep gives us a taste for junk food...

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...