Diffusion Science radio: Cells, Cycling, and fake holograms

Cells, Cycling, and fake holograms


PhD student Phoebe Peters is conducting research at the Institute for the Biotechnology of Infectious Diseases, she speaks to Ian Woolf about the role of proteins in the surprisingly complex mechanism of bacterial cell division.

Cyling scientist Chris Lauf describes his 7 month science education adventure around Queensland to Caitlin Howlett,
Cart washes with Kalvin Ng,
Spiders and butterflys in space by Monica Sharma,
Global warming prevents an Ice Age by Patrick Rubie,
and CNN and Telstra "holograms" with Ian Woolf,
Presented by Caitlin Howlett, and produced by Ian Woolf.

November 24, 2008

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