Diffusion Science radio: Baby talk, Naughties, and the web

Baby talk, Naughties, and the web


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Ian Woolf gives a brief history of the world wide web,
and reports on faces sculpted from DNA data.
Gina Sartore tells us about 19th Century astronomer Maria Mitchell.
Dr Uté Vollmer-Conna from the University of New South Wales spoke to Marian Curruthers about why Baby Talk is so strange.
Michael Archer from the University of NSW spoke with Ian Woolf and Marian Curruthers about gene sharing between species.
Presented and produced by Ian Woolf


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May 6, 2013

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