Believe it or not, we actually went to Russia to find out.
Hopefully you’ll forgive the “on-location” sound quality as we discuss the difficulties of conducting and publishing research in Russia.
We also answer the following questions:
What caused the mystery radioactive fog that descended on Europe in 2017?
Can machine learning identify autism in babies from merely analysing eye movements?
How does Burger King possibly have a 4.5 star google review rating
Jeremy’s Iron is an excuse for two mates to geek out over science, research and publication. It’s a conversation between a biostatistician (Justin Zeltzer) and an orthopaedic surgeon (Justin Bobyn).
Masson et al (2019) Airborne concentrations and chemical considerations of radioactive ruthenium from an undeclared major nuclear release in 2017 PNAS https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1907571116
Cohen et al (2019) Foetal oestrogens and autism Molecular Psychiatry https://www.nature.com/articles/s41380-019-0454-9
Artoni et al (2019) Deep learning of spontaneous arousal fluctuations detects early cholinergic defects across neurodevelopmental mouse models and patients PNAS https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2019/07/16/1820847116