Listen to stories on our many genomes, implanting false memories in mice, science in Turkey, and more.
In this show:
James Lupski talks about what having multiple genomes might mean for human health and development.
Susumu Tonegawa describes his group's work implanting false memories in mice.
John Bohannon visits Turkey during tumultous times and investigates the impact of shifting politcs on science in the country.
Finally, a run-down of some of the week's stories from ScienceNOW and ScienceInsider.