Diffusion Science radio: Roulette, Nobels, Rocking Science

Roulette, Nobels, Rocking Science

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Therese Chen reports on profiting from the physics of Roulette.
Ian Woolf reviews "The Eudaemonic Pie" by Thomas Bass about a group of physicists winning at roulette with shoe computers in the 1970's.
Ian Woolf reports on Disney's patent for an interactive cake.
Ian Woolf reports on Drones that are printed in 3D including the electronics.
Julie-Anne Popple interviews Darren Vogrig about making Science Rock with Ologism.
Ian Woolf reports on the Nobel prizes in Chemistry, Medicine and Physics for 2012.
Produced and presented by Ian Woolf


October 29, 2012

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