#2.23: The woodpecker-skull-collider simulator

April 16, 2019 Season 2 Episode 23
#2.23: The woodpecker-skull-collider simulator
#2.23: The woodpecker-skull-collider simulator
Apr 16, 2019 Season 2 Episode 23
Mark Lyng, Flemming D. Nielsen, Robin Nilsson - Staal SDU studenterradio
Show Notes

This episode is very well organized and that probably has something to do with
Robin presenting a study concerning woodpeckers' lack of brain injuries and of course his mad hosting skills. Also, Mark reveal his sloth faecal fetish and Flemming tries yet again to advocate alternative medicine - who said there was something wrong with using fish scales instead of good old bandages?

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Wang et al. (2011) Why Do Woodpeckers Resist Head Impact Injury: A Biomechanical Investigation

Cliffe et al. (2018) The metabolic response of the Bradypus sloth to temperature

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