Diffusion Science radio: Cellf - making a musician

Cellf - making a musician

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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 performance with string trio Jon Rose, Clayton Thomas and Darren Moore.
Production checked by Charles Willock
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf

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Guy Ben-Ary's Cellf

A web page table summarising the Science and Technology policies of the Liberals, Nationals, Labor, Greens, Science Party, Arts Party, and Pirates

The Coalition's Policy To
Expand Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths Through P-TECH Style Pilot Schools

P-TECH Australia
The National Innovation and Science Agenda
Liberal Party of Australia, Our Plan: PROTECTING OUR ENVIRONMENT
Fact check: Science, research and innovation spending cut to 'historic low' - 0.56 per cent of GDP, an equal record low since Treasury started publishing data in the late 1970s
'We need these jobs here': Irish workers pursued for National Broadband Network

The Nationals For Regional Australia Policy: INNOVATION AND SCIENCE AGENDA (see Liberal Party website for details)


POWERING INNOVATION: The third wave of Labor’s innovation reforms

Future SMART: Educating for the jobs of tomorrow
Girls into code
Labor Climate Change Action Plan Policy
Labor To Reverse Government's CSIRO Cuts, Invest $250 Million

SECURING OUR FUTURE THROUGH R&D: Our plan to increase Australia’s investment in research and innovation to 4% of GDP.
Innovations in science and technology are essential to meeting the challenges of climate change and transitioning to a sustainable society.

Clean energy. Clean water. A Healthy Reef.
No nuclear power, weapons or mining. Future generations must not be burdened with toxic nuclear waste for which there is no safe disposal.

Science Party
Science Party Policy: Science and Research
Science Party Policy: Energy
Science Party Policy: Space
Why Nuclear Fusion Is Always 30 Years Away
Thorium skepticism - Diffusion
Thorium cars run on rainbows - Diffusion
Nuclear Power for Australia? part 1 Dr Massimo Salvatores discusses Thorium as an alternative nuclear fuel

Arts Party
Arts Party Policy - Education: STEAM not STEM - AKA (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Maths)
Arts Party policy - Supporting our creative industries: Creating a Space Industry
Arts Party policy - Improving our Community: Climate Change

Pirate Party
Pirate Party platform: Modernising the patent system
Pirate Party Policy - Education: Develop an Australian Science Plan
Decadal Plan - National Committee for Space Science

PDF of table summarising the Science and Technology policies of the Liberals, Nationals, Labor, Greens, Science Party, Arts Party, and Pirates

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June 13, 2016
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