This week in science: Dyslexia, Mars & Alzheimer’s

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    Evidence of an ancient freshwater lake has been discovered on Mars. Researchers say the evidence supports the idea that the lake might have been hospitable to life. (AP Photo/NASA)

    Evidence of an ancient freshwater lake has been discovered on Mars. Researchers say the evidence supports the idea that the lake might have been hospitable to life. (AP Photo/NASA)

    The Scientist’s Kerry Grens tells us about new dyslexia findings, a lake found on Mars and a possible link between lead exposure and Alzheimer’s. 

    Kerry Grens, an associate editor at The Scientist, joins The Pulse regularly for updates on the latest developments in science. 

    This week, she talks with Pulse host Maiken Scott about new Dyslexia research, evidence of a freshwater lake on Mars and the possible link between lead exposure in infants and the development of Alzheimer’s later in life. 

    Click on the audio link above for the full interview. 

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