Diffusion Science radio: 3D printed Jewellery baldness cure

3D printed Jewellery baldness cure


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Bacteria for baldness by Ian Woolf,
3D printed Jewellery with Caitlin Dubler,
Not the news - Melbourne Uni space program, Colourful fish, ads on your phone, CMBP research node, Healing yoga sounds, 7 tips for sunglasses, gender equality in ICT, peek inside a painting with synchrotron, carbon-dated kidney stones, and head-banging Aussie bees by Ian Woolf
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf

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Caitlin Dubler
Dubler Design


IGEM Team Technion
Can these Technion students cure baldness?

University of Melbourne Space Program
Colour matters in display of fish aggression
Centre for Nanoscale Biophotonics
The Promise of Diversity - Gender Equality in the ICT Profession (pdf)
Frederick McCubbin The North wind
Nuclear technique reveals 'stone age'
Headbanging Aussie bee takes a heavy metal approach to pollination


December 14, 2015

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