From the highly regarded, peer-reviewed international journal of science and technology Nature (previously featured in the 08-20-21 Scout Report), the Nature Podcast dives into issues in scientific fields, new scientific theories and ideas, and audio versions of some of the journal's most exciting articles. New episodes, hosted by a rotating cast of Nature staff and contributors, are typically released once or twice a week. Readers interested in science and technology can check out recent episodes on topics such as "How the US is rebooting gun violence research" (July 21, 2021), "The billion years missing from Earth's history" (Sept. 8, 2021), or "On the origin of numbers" (June 2, 2021). Of particular interest will be the frequent "Coronapod" episodes, which tackle the latest information on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including relevant topics such as booster shots, Ivermectin, and sporting events. Interested listeners can find podcast episodes on the page linked above or subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or other podcast apps.