Diffusion Science radio: Kidneys, Hearts and Coal

Kidneys, Hearts and Coal


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Heavy fat for slow aging by Ian Woolf,
Megan Rossi talks about a gut feeling about kidney disease,
Rina Soetanto explains How you mend a broken heart, a big role for small RNAs - at Famelab.
Coal is too valuable to burn by Ian Woolf (from 2007)
Production Checked by Charles Willock
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf

IMG_20150324_193849-1Megan Rossi
2015-03-24 19.44.13Rina Soetanto
Famelab Australia

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Pill of super-protective 'heavy' fat may be key to eternal youth
Isotopic reinforcement of essential polyunsaturated fatty acids diminishes nigrostriatal degeneration in a mouse model of Parkinson's disease
Isotope diet helps worms live longer
Isotope-Reinforced Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Protect Yeast Cells from Oxidative Stress
Heavy hydrogen keeps yeast looking good
Reactive Oxygen Species, Isotope Effect, Essential Nutrients, and Enhanced Longevity
Biochemists develop new method for preventing oxidative damage to cells

ABC Four Corners energy special
4Corners references about renewable energy in Australia


May 25, 2015

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