Diffusion Science radio: 12th August 2002

12th August 2002

Radiothon edition presented by Chris Stewart. News by Tim Baynes and Chris. Ian Woolf reports on computers made from soybeans and chicken feathers. Tim interviews Dr Eugenie Shepherd about her latest research into algae and the movement of plants. Open mike discussion of our inspiration to become involved in science, from the pranks of Richard Feynmann, to the Spanish trumpet travelling experiments of Doppler. Produced Tim by with technical support by Gina Sartore.
August 12, 2002

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