Entries from Diffusion Science radio tagged with 'Ignobel'

Absinthe chemistry and Beer froth maths

MP3 download DIY genetic engineering, Potatoes stop bleeding, Gaffa tape stops warts, and Venusian bacteria by Ian Woolf 2002 Chemistry Nobel Prize - identifying biological macro-molecules by Chris Stewart, Absinthe science by Adam Mark, 2002 IgNobel Prizes - Scrotal asymmetry...

Nobels and Ig nobels

MP3 download from October 2005: News by Jacqui Pfeffer, Rubber from fruit flies, Ultra-violet spiders, Dumped by SMS, the Nobel Prize winners with Adam Richardson, the IgNoble Prize winners with Ian Woolf, Presented by Matthew Francis Produced by Chris Stewart...

Ig Nobel Prizes 2017

MP3 Ten Ig Nobel prizes condensed from the full 90 minute ceremony for your listening pleasure. Science that first makes you laugh and then makes you think. Didgeridoo therapy, twin cognition, cat liquidity, walking backward while not spilling coffee, vampire...

Ig Nobel Prizes 2015 special edition

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') Diffusion news update by Ian Woolf, Ig Nobel Prizes ceremony hosted by Marc Abrams, featuring medicinal kissing, unboiling an egg, and natural disaster entrepreneurs. Production checked by Charles Willock, Hosted and produced by...

2014 Ig Nobel Prizes - Food

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') MAVEN orbits Mars by Ian Woolf, The 2014 Ig Nobel Prizes - science that first makes you laugh, then make you think, by Ian Woolf. Checked by Charles Willock, Hosted and produced by...

2013 Ig Nobels and Willpower

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') Bitcoin for the homeless, Tricorders for food, and willpower never runs out, by Ian Woolf The 2013 Ig Nobel Prizes for science that first makes you laugh, and then makes you think, by...

Singing mice, Ig Nobles, MooresCloud

download MP3 Live special edition of Diffusion! Julie-Anne Popple reports on DNA half-life with expert comments from Dr Simon Ho from the University of Sydney, and on singing mice. Arwen Cross, Oliver Featherstone, Therese Chen and Julie-Anne Popple discuss the...

Protein, penicillin and parasites

download MP3 The Ignobel prizes reported by Ian Woolf, discussion from Therese Chen and Julie-Anne Popple. Victoria Bond talks penicillin shortages with Professor Robert Bhoy, Julie-Anne Popple interviews Professor Steve Simpson and Dr Alsion Gosby about the protein hypothesis for...

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