Neuro killed the radio star

The excellent Neuroanthropology has just had a brief round up of podcasts on neuroscience or anthropology so you can satisfy all your brain science and human diversity listening desires.

It’s a really comprehensive list (and the anthropology podcasts are completely new to me) so there’s likely to be something to discover even if you’re the most diligent podcast enthusiast.

However, Nature’s NeuroPod podcast is still eerily silent and has been since December. Has life on the road taken its toll? Has one of them gone into rehab? I think we should be told.

Link to Neuroanthropology’s podcast round up.

2 Comments

  1. Posted April 24, 2008 at 10:25 am | Permalink

    Kerri from NeuroPod here. I’m happy to report that after a few months’ break, NeuroPod is back (April’s edition went live yesterday) and will be coming at you monthly for the rest of this year. They tried to make me go to rehab…and I said, neuro, neuro, neuro.
    This month, we make some risky decisions, liken working memory to a digital camera, link stress and anxiety to genetics and explore the unfathomable world of the teenage brain. Listen in here: http://www.nature.com/neurosci/neuropod.
    I hope you enjoy the new show. We’re excited to be back, and very touched that we were missed.

  2. Posted April 27, 2008 at 12:37 pm | Permalink

    I stumbled upon this blog while researching a blog post of my own. Being as I suffer from depression, I’m keenly interested in all things neuroscientifical. I’ve bookmarked this site and will definitely check back to see what’s new.


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