Deutsche Welle | Podcast, ±29 min episodes every 1 week
From advances that will change our lives to offbeat oddities, Spectrum keeps you abreast of developments in the realm of European science and technology news.
On this week's program: We hear about why a leading neuroscientist in Germany has stopped doing experimental tests on primates - Also, making paper out of elephant dung, who'd have thunk it? - And get ready: Europeans are about to get fatter...except for in one country.
Spectrum: 'Make in India' at the Hanover Fair
A special edition of DW's science and technology show, Spectrum, from the Hanover Fair (Hannover Messe) - one of the biggest fairs for industrial technology - this year with a focus on India... And a presenter who had to start the day by being tossed about by a Kuka Robocoaster!
Spectrum: Sleepwalking into a networked nightmare?
A special edition from CeBIT technology fair in Hannover. But we're not just anywhere at CeBIT. We're at Hanger 16 for code_n and we're talking the Internet of Things, smart cities and intelligent communities.
Spectrum: Measles, fairer phones and endangered sharks
In Berlin, the vaccination debate rages as measles grips the German capital; the race to build fairer high-tech devices; Londoners mourn the loss of a fossil; sharks are getting zapped in South Africa; and the world's largest Wi-Fi-in-motion network, on public transport in Portugal.