Diffusion Science radio: Pokemon thrips, and Night at the disease museum

Pokemon thrips, and Night at the disease museum


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Ian Woolf reports on plasma jets and migraine shock therapy.
Therese Chen reports on developments Nano-medicine to treat Cerebral Palsy.
Julie-Anne Popple speaks to Dr James Gilbert about 'pokemon' thrips and David Cutting about making modern day mummies.
Finally, Julie-Anne Popple reports on her night at the Museum of Human Disease.




May 7, 2012

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