Diffusion Science radio: Semaphore and legal Biohacking

Semaphore and legal Biohacking


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3D printed ice cream, solar cheaper than coal, Sydney Mini Maker Faire and a contradicting study for women's smell choice by Ian Woolf.
Meow Ludo Meow Meow talks about how Biohacking is regulated in Australia,
Sam Bruce talks about Flagging, where Frances Barrett's semaphore is interpreted by a kinect-powered computer to make music.
Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf

Samuel Bruce
3D printing with ice cream? MIT students create a 3D ice cream printer

MIT students make 3D-printed ice cream

MELT Icepops: 3D Printing an Ice Cream of Your Own Face
MELT Icepops



Sydney Mini Maker Faire

Queenslanders continue to chase the rooftop solar dream
Stanwell blames solar for decline in fossil fuel baseload
Solar sends energy prices below zero – in middle of day
Solar has won. Even if coal were free to burn, power stations couldn't compete
First Dog on the Moon on ... the end of coal
Solar blamed for pushing down power prices in Qld
Solar vs Coal: Australia’s Changing Energy Profile

Absence of Evidence for MHC–Dependent Mate Selection within HapMap Populations

BioHack Sydney facebook
Office of Gene Technology Regulation

Black Math
Frances Barret - Flagging
Samuel Bruce
Dorbot Sydney


July 28, 2014

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