Podcast Episode 5
GISTers Debbie Nicol, Emilie Steinmark, Barry Robertson and Timothy Revell discuss some weird and wonderful science from Glasgow and the wider world. They start by looking at (and playing with) the new Lego Research Institute collection, followed by discussing the Haber process and how it has meant we can feed 7 billion people. They also talk about some research suggesting that dolphins squeal with happiness and where on the body it hurts most to be stung by a bee. Finally, they talk to Dr. James Windmill about some acoustics research inspired by insects.