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Podcast 'In Science' with Sahar El Aidy

17 January 2020

In Science is the University of Groningen podcast where we interview researchers and bring you the latest news and reports from the academic community in Groningen. This 13th episode is the first one recorded in English. We have therefore renamed this podcast from 'In de Wetenschap' to 'In Science'.

Our guest this episode is dr. Sahar El Aidy from the faculty of Science and Engineering. She tells us about her research on the relation between the gut and the brain and how gut bacteria can influence our mood, health and sometimes even the medication we take.

You can listen to In Science on Spotify , Apple Podcast , Stitcher or directly through our RSS feed . Subscribe and don't miss a single episode! Got a question or a suggestion for an interesting topic? Mail us at podcast@rug.nl or text us on WhatsApp: 06-49230111.

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