Diffusion Science radio: Primate RNA and pocket communicators

Primate RNA and pocket communicators


download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as')

More women linked to less prostate cancer,
Mind-controlled genetically engineered implant for mice by Ian Woolf,
Leonard Lipovich talks about Primate RNA and evolution,
Roche Mathews talks about CreateUNSW,
Shane Morris talks about pocket satellite communicators.
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf.

Leonard Lipovich 2014-10-17 14.08.04
Sexual partners, sexually transmitted infections, and prostate cancer risk
Prostate cancer risk reduced by sleeping with many women, but increased with many men
Sleeping with more than 20 women in a lifetime linked to lower prostate cancer risk

UdeM study suggests frequent sex may ward off prostate cancer

Mind-controlled transgene expression by a wireless-powered optogenetic designer cell implant
Controlling genes with your thoughts
Mind-control device lets people alter genes in mice through power of thought
Mind-Controlled Gene Expression
Mind-controlled transgene expression by a wireless-powered optogenetic designer cell implant. Nature Communications, online publication 11 November 2014
Image credit: Folcher M et al. Nature Communications 2014


November 17, 2014

Diffusion is funded solely by the fixed-income Bank of Ian, which lacks any kind of business model. Please contact me to suggest a business model. You can support Diffusion by downloading a free book from Audible's 30 day free trial, or contribute to the costs of producing the podcast with Paypal: