BBC World Service, Science in Action – Arsenic poisoning

Science-in-actionScience in Action is a weekly BBC World Service programme.

As part of a placement at BBC Radio Science Unit I produced week 34’s episode Arsenic Poisoning.

The episode covers how scientists use computer models to predict where ground water in China is laced with naturally occurring arsenic, what artificial reefs are in the light of the Spain/Gibraltar issues and how scientists are taking tentative steps to finding a cure for a lethal sleeping sickness.

Listen here for the show…

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