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Staying Connected - A Privacy Crisis
2017-09-08 19:05:02
Staying Connected - A Privacy Crisis.
53 minutes, 52 seconds


Remembering Laika: The first creature in space
2017-11-17 17:05:43
Cane toads to get the Crispr treatment Remembering Laika Adaptive optics removes the twinkle from stars The world according to Dagg Stopping the qubit chatter Challenging our thought processes, biases and assumptions Pt The Periodic Table - A visual guide to the elements Challenges for science writers


A new Centre of Excellence and slender rats
2017-11-10 17:05:58
New Centre of Excellence for Gravitational Wave Discovery Vale Neville Fletcher The role of music in human evolution and society today - part 2 New experience for visitors at Melbourne Museum Rats in Australia 6 million years before humans Controlling Indonesian peatland fires Revising the Nacapherini moths of southern Australia


Brain cancer, printing brains and flying beyond Pluto
2017-11-03 18:05:16
First lab model for testing brain tumour therapies 3D printed body tissues becoming a reality At home monitoring changes health care focus from curative to preventative Pluto mission chief still can't believe they really did it Gravitational waves - the alerts, the secrecy, the teamwork, the science


Prize-winning teachers, pioneering stargazers and typewriters!
2017-10-27 18:05:22
More Prime Minister's Prizes for Science 2017 How the typewriter changed the economy and society Human group intelligence applied to AI John Bolton - father of radio astronomy Warming waters threaten kelp


Prime Minister's prizes for science, more waves from space and a new plan for universities and jobs
2017-10-20 18:05:35
The Prime Minister's Prizes for Science 2017 Latest gravitational waves 'almost too good to be true' University of Tasmania offers shorter, cheaper courses focussed on jobs How birds map and navigate as they fly around the planet Vision of bees applied to drone navigation


The Prime Minister's prizes for science, more waves from space and a new plan for universities and jobs
2017-10-20 18:05:35
The Prime Minister's Prizes for Science 2017 Latest gravitational waves 'almost too good to be true' University of Tasmania offers shorter, cheaper courses focussed on jobs How birds map and navigate as they fly around the planet Vision of bees applied to drone navigation


DNA robots and heat stress
2017-10-13 18:05:59
Uni of Tasmania's big plans for STEM accessibility DNA robots collect and sort molecules Exploding dots mathematics is visual, playful and powerful - Margaret Wertheim Effects of heat stress on workers and productivity Plastic an increasing problem along coast of Arnhem Land Aquatic worms hitch rides on the hulls of ships The role of music in human evolution and society today


Nobels, maths and science in India
2017-10-06 18:05:55
Nobel Prizes 2017 Investigating the cellular basis of circadian rhythms Genetic and environmental links to ovarian cancer Indian science celebrated at London's Science Museum James Tanton shares the joy of mathematics Technology helps preserve threatened languages Building trust for positive biosecurity outcomes


Iconic creatures worth a buck?
2017-09-29 19:05:26
Micropayments could amount to large sums for conservation Biggest fish in the sea still shrouded in mystery Dramatic loss of Arctic summer sea ice Corn starch possible alternative to plastic bags Less invasive method to detect cancer Making a difference with engineering Printed solar panels could produce solar power on every roof Magic crystals enhance biogas production New family tree proposed for dinosaurs


Riots, rape and feral monsters
2017-09-22 19:05:21
Understanding UK riots Self-examination swab allows DNA collection after rape Want to share your genome? Keeping the wheels on in orchestra rehearsal British Science Association reaches out to girls and women New approach to avoid pre-term births On the trail of those on the trail of Bigfoot


Oxford: A PhD student builds new retinas and Richard Dawkins on writing post-stroke
2017-09-15 19:05:38
Hydrogel retina first step in relief from macular degeneration. New battery technology reduces recharge time. The Arctic - big changes, super-fast. Homeward Bound aims to boost women in science. Richard Dawkins back writing following stroke. Science not under siege.


Staying Connected - A Privacy Crisis
2017-09-08 19:05:02
Staying Connected - A Privacy Crisis.


The path to zero carbon energy
2017-09-01 19:05:32
The path to zero carbon energy.


42!
2017-08-25 19:05:47
Harry Diculus does it with feeling *!*!*!*!* 42 *!*!*!*!* Ode to the typewriter Career advice for early and mid-career scientists Real-life tale mirrors le Carré novel


Celebrating chaos
2017-08-18 19:05:52
The lady with the lamp or the lady with the logarithm? The answer to the great question of life and everything Fun with primes, so why the resistance? Mathematics improves weather forecasting Predicting the speed at which epidemics spread Alex the Astronaut - combining music, science and sport Finding Fibonacci Catastrophes open opportunities for changed biodiversity


Poisoned bore water and Kepler
2017-08-11 19:05:17
Call for action to clean up drinking water in remote communities Kepler helps determine composition of the universe False memory a dilemma for courts Increase in labiaplasty surgery Ribosomes in bacteria target for new antibiotics The secret language of bees


Mac's first lecture - and a murder threat!
2017-08-04 19:05:06
Vale Phillip Playford Unearthing the geological history of central Australia Changing cities for the future Reflections by Zappa and Clarke Science Friction returns 12th August Peter Mason -  physics, radio broadcasts and a contentious family history


Did Shakespeare foresee the second law of thermodynamics?
2017-07-28 19:05:31
Nobel Prize for molecular motor boosts for new field of dynamic chemistry Academic curiosity leads to promising cancer treatment Improving services for young people after cancer treatment New Antarctic heat maps to improve predictions of sea level rise Was Shakespeare also a scientist? BHP finalist Mary-Anne Poyitt awarded in US competition Ideas competition for young students


Pitching to Trump
2017-07-21 19:05:08
New evidence of first Australians 65,000 years ago Lawrence Krauss pitches big science to the president Promising results from new Taiwanese energy technologies Leaf-cutter ants - the ultimate egalitarian workforce Ancestor's Trail traces the evolution of life on Earth Iranian mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani dies from breast cancer The appeal of maths


Can birds sing music - or are they just noisy robots?
2017-07-14 19:05:03
Juno sweeps low over Jupiter's mega storm The story of the universe and our place in it Music in human evolution and modern-day society Understanding birdsong


Fly me to Mars!
2017-07-07 19:05:18
Fly me to Mars!


Can a scientist be a sentinel?
2017-06-30 19:05:43
John Church - we're approaching the climate threshold and need to act now The scientist as sentinel


Has 'denying' won?
2017-06-23 19:05:47
Has 'denying' won?


Celebrating Anne Deveson
2017-06-16 19:05:19
Celebrating Anne Deveson.


Germs at war
2017-06-09 19:05:35
How a mother's health affects the foetus Ominous signs for Larsen C ice shelf DNA mutations used to track down source of melanomas Cartoon introduces students to bacterial invaders Looking for combinations of antibiotics for that knockout punch Biometrics the key for improved online authentication Shrinking the synchrotron Wollongong academic wins Alan Alda science coms prize


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