Diffusion Science radio: Bright Sparks 2017 - part 3 poetry

Bright Sparks 2017 - part 3 poetry


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 Lin on digital photo forensics from Charles Sturt University,
Juliano Morimoto on flies, gut bacteria and sex from Macquarie University,
Rebecca Poulos with slip slop slap and slide from the University of New South Wales,
Michael Widjaja with cleavage distration from the University of Technology, Sydney.
Master of Ceremonies Nial Byrne,
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf

Hackers will try to exploit Spectre and Meltdown bugs. What you need to know
Linus Torvalds is not happy about Intel's Meltdown and Spectre mess
Microsoft reinstates Meltdown/Spectre patches for some AMD processors — but which ones?
Apple says all Mac and iOS devices affected by Meltdown and Spectre bugs
Spectre patch in iOS 11.2.2 is slowing down iPhones
Meltdown Hack and Spectre Bug: How it affects Android & Chrome Users
Why Raspberry Pi isn’t vulnerable to Spectre or Meltdown

CDC Radiological and Nuclear Disaster Preparedness (2010)
CDC plans session on ‘preparing for the unthinkable’: a nuclear detonation
The CDC wants to gently prepare people for (an unlikely) nuclear war
Public Health Radiological/Nuclear Preparedness Webinar - August 2017
Public Health Response to a Nuclear Detonation (cached as original has been removed!)

Fresh Science NSW

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January 8, 2018
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