SoT 120: Yay Science!

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Download Now!Hosts: Ed Brown, Dr. Shayne Joseph, Penny Dumsday, Dr. Rachael Dunlop.

Toxic load: blue-green algae’s role in motor neuron disease

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Sign informing the public that the pond on Hardwick Heath Bury St.Edmunds, Suffolk is closed. Dr. Rachael Dunlop and a team of researchers from around the world have finally discovered the mechanism by which blue-green algae is linked to Motor Neuron Disease. Image: Keith Evans / Geograph
Sign informing the public that the pond on Hardwick Heath Bury St.Edmunds, Suffolk is closed.
Dr. Rachael Dunlop and a team of researchers from around the world have finally discovered the mechanism by which blue-green algae is linked to Motor Neuron Disease.
Image: Keith Evans / Geograph

Dr. Rachael Dunlop is a fellow podcaster from the popular ‘SkepticZone‘ podcast, researcher for the Heart Research Institute, science communicator and science-based medicine advocate, and a Vice President of Australian Skeptics Incorporated.

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