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Bright Sparks 2017 - part 3 poetry

MP3 Meltdown, Spectre and Nuclear detonation news by Ian Woolf, For the final Bright Sparks challenge, the Fresh scientists perform their haiku and limericks, and share the insights they've gained: Mohamed Tashani on vaccines from The University of Sydney, Xufeng...

Equal Reality for social intelligence

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') Skeleton finger print unlocks phones by Ian Woolf, Annie Harper and Brennan Hatton talk use virtual reality to raise social intelligence, Nady Braidy treats alcohol addiction with NAD+, Lael Lim builds robohand. Production...

Environmental toxins and civil society

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') Smart burgers, salt, juice, and diapers by Ian Woolf Nady Braidy talks about envrionmental neurotoxins, Eva Cox speaks about science and civil society, Friends of CSIRO interview, Angela Maharaj interview, Production checked by...

MMORPGs, fattening air & prostates

download MP3 Therese Chen reports on fattening air,and deep voices, Ian Woolf reports on baldness, prostate protection, and hard games. Ian Woolf speaks with Geoff Batty of NICTA about peer to peer research into Massively Multiplayer Online Roleplaying Games. Produced...

Trusted computing and ant beauticians

download MP3 Julie-Anne Popple reports on new humans, Dr Frog, and Lego bones. Ian Woolf interviews Kevin Elphinstone and Gerwin Klein from the Validated computing project at NICTA, Julie-Anne Popple speaks with Jerome Buhl of the University of Sydney about...

Neutron bombs, GM apples and Zanzibar

MP3 download Lachlan Whatmore looks back over the history of neutron bombs, Victoria Bond reports on apples genetically modified to hide spoilage, discussion from Marc West, Peta Waller-Bryant, Ian Woolf, Phillipe Perez, Victoria Bond and Lachlan Whatmore. News by Phillipe...

Real Doctors eat Breakfast

MP3 download Victoria Bond checks in with some new evidence of a Universe before the Big Bang. Marc West interviews Kylie Smith on a recently published study which outlines possible long term risks involved in skipping your daily breakfast. Lachlan...

Rare Earth, Horses, Nano-wires

MP3 download Brigid Mullane interviews Dr Matthew James about rare earth minerals from mines to electronics, Lachlan Whatmore begins part 1 of the evolution of the horse, Ian Woolf interviews Professor Matthew Phillips about nano-wires and LEDs Presented and panelled...

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