Entries from Diffusion Science radio tagged with 'music'

Wound honey and rhythmotron

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') Walk fast if you want to live by Ian Woolf, Daniel Bouzho talks about Manuka honey and bacteria, Raelene Sommer describes the Rhythmotron and Penrith Observatory. Fact and sound checking by Charles Willock,...

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...

Save the carnivorous plants

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') Oldest computer music restored by Ian Woolf, Stewart McPherson talks about climbing 300 mountains to research 25 books and films on carnivorous plants part 1. Production checked by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted...

Fine tuning for Life

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') Rat robot stingrays have heart by Ian Woolf, Luke Barnes discusses how finely tuned the Universe is for life, Callisto by the Ephemera Ensemble. Production checked by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted by...

Music inspired by Space

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') Brains scan bugs by Ian Woolf, Keyna Wilkins talks about creating music inspired by Astronomy, Paul Francis has transcoded radio astronomy signals into haunting sounds. Production checked by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted...

Cellf - making a musician

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') The science policies of seven parties competing in the Australian Federal Election by Ian Woolf, Guy Ben-Ary talks about Cellf - a dish of living neurons that jams with human musicians. Celff in...

Physics of Music revisited

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') First plants were carnivorous by Ian Woolf. Professor Joe Wolfe from the UNSW speaks to Ian Woolf about the Physics of Music and Voice. Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Hungry algae may...

Astronomy for Life and Toydeath

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') Narwhal cheese crowd-funded by Ian Woolf Orsola De Marco talks about Astronomy, life off Earth, and why Pluto isn't a planet, Nick Wishart talks about Toydeath at the Sydney Mini Maker Faire, Produced...

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