NeuroPod

The journal Nature, in association with The Dana Foundation, has just launched a monthly neuroscience podcast called NeuroPod.

In the first edition, Kerri Smith discusses the potential applications of cognitive enhancement in warfare, the role of stress in memory formation, and the possibility of developing anaesthetics from chilli peppers.

[Via Action Potential]

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