Entries from Diffusion Science radio tagged with 'protest'

NAD+ and ageing

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') Two compounds rejuvenate mice - are humans next? by Ian Woolf, Nady Braidy talks about NAD+ , ageing, Alzheimer's and treating dementia, Interview with a marching Diffusion listener, Interview with Taylor Szyzka about...

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...

More colours and March for Science part 2

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') See more colours by Ian Woolf, John Hewson talks about science and politicians, Angela Maharaj talks about climate science politics, Ian Woolf speaks with CSIRO scientists marching. Production checked by Charles Willock, Produced...

March for Science part 1

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') Ian Woolf speaks with John Hewson, Simon Chapman talks about public health and politics, Ian Woolf speaks with Mike Hall, Jonica Newby talks about appreciating science, Ian Woolf speaks with Angie. Production checked...

Sexual ecology and Pirate privacy again

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') (This show was first broadcast on the 8th of July 2013) In Pitt St Mall, Ian Woolf talks to David W Campbell, Pirate Party Senate candidate about the PRISMbreak privacy protest. At Nerd...

Sexual ecology and Pirate privacy

download MP3 (right-click and select 'save as') In Pitt St Mall, Ian Woolf talks to David W Campbell, Pirate Party Senate candidate about the PRISMbreak privacy protest. At Nerd Nite Sydney, Ian Woolf chats with Dr Peter Jonason about the...

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