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45. The Science of Touch

Humans rely on our bodies' sense to survive and explore our world, but while we know a lot about ...

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09.19 14 Oct 2021


45. The Science of Touch



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09.19 14 Oct 2021


Humans rely on our bodies' sense to survive and explore our world, but while we know a lot about some sense - like smell, hearing and vision - we know a lot less about others. This week Luke explains how they year's Nobel Prize winners made some fascinating discoveries about the body's sense of touch.

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