An ancient whale mystery hidden in the cliffs around Bells Beach
From The Science Show - Clues to an ancient whale mystery, in the cliffs of the Victorian Surf Coast. 'Geopoetry' inspired by the work of Australia's first female Professor. The Nobel Prize winner who co-authored a paper with his pet. The Chase continues... with a hunt for the night parrot.
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An ancient whale mystery hidden in the cliffs around Bells Beach 2019-02-08 17:05:00 Clues to an ancient whale mystery, in the cliffs of the Victorian Surf Coast. 'Geopoetry' inspired by the work of Australia's first female Professor. The Nobel Prize winner who co-authored a paper with his pet. The Chase continues... with a hunt for the night parrot. 53 minutes, 52 seconds
Coral spawning, and the hopes and hurdles of assisted evolution 2019-02-15 17:05:00 Insect Armageddon? Study shows 'catastrophic' declines in bug numbers. Coral spawning and assisted evolution at Australia's Sea Simulator. Marlon Brando's luxury resort in French Polynesia, supporting research and conservation. The new wave of Chinese science fiction.
An ancient whale mystery hidden in the cliffs around Bells Beach 2019-02-08 17:05:00 Clues to an ancient whale mystery, in the cliffs of the Victorian Surf Coast. 'Geopoetry' inspired by the work of Australia's first female Professor. The Nobel Prize winner who co-authored a paper with his pet. The Chase continues... with a hunt for the night parrot.
The vital importance of public enterprise 2019-02-01 17:05:13 Scientists awarded in Australia Day honours. Innovative success from sharing risks and rewards amongst public and private research. Antarctic protection vital for ecosystems' long-term future. SOFIA chases Titan's shadow across the Tasman Sea. Australia once joined to North America. Philosophy of science challenges scientists' role, methods and responsibilities.
Science Extra: You're not eating enough fruit and veg 2019-01-19 12:35:00 A look back at some big stories of human health from 2018. Why do scientists keep studying the same genes, why are Aussies still not eating enough fruit and veg, and what can we learn from the catastrophic 1918 flu pandemic?
The Willy Show 2018-12-28 17:05:51 A couple of weeks ago, The Science Show featured The Vagina Museum in Britain. Today, in the interest of genital balance and gonad diversity, we present The Willy Show.
The Vagina Museum is born 2018-12-14 17:05:57 The Vagina Museum
Superstars of STEM to encourage girls to take up STEM study
Santa Sabina produces prize-winning writers
Study of one equation leads to advanced imaging
Mining brings arsenic to the surface
Federation University Australia prepares students for jobs in renewable energy
The Quantum Astrologer's Handbook
Inventing TV in Australia in 1885 2018-12-07 17:05:08 Australian inventor Henry Sutton remembered
The palm oil dilemma
Mental health services barely available in Indonesia
Biofabrication brings solutions for skulls, hearts, ears and more
How to grow a new leg 2018-11-30 17:05:30 Bill Shorten promises funding boost for science
UN Climate Report warns current emissions reduction won't keep warming under 2 degrees
New frog's leg encouraging step towards human regenerative success
Animal poaching for traditional Chinese medicine threatens key species
Tim Flannery traces the natural history of Europe from the time of the dinosaurs
Screens spoiling brains? 2018-11-23 17:05:24 Communications skills diminished by excessive screen time
Mars InSight lander to monitor Mars interior
Is the system stacked against women in science?
Bragg Student Prize for Science Writing winner Preethika Mathan
Victoria Fellowship to help develop new treatments for shigella
QUT STEM Camp introduces school students to real-world STEM scenarios
Here comes the Sun 2018-11-16 17:05:48 University of Sydney opens new mathematics research institute
Science Museum shines light on the Sun
Bats - just squeaks or language?
Help for gliders crossing busy roadways
Behind the scenes of award-winning science journalism
Top women on the good news 2018-11-09 17:05:24 Andrew Olle remembered at fund raising dinner
Best Australian Science Writing 2018
Enova puts power into the hands of the community
Balliol welcomes its first female master in 755 years
New techniques help genetically controlled eye conditions
Innovation for energy, fertilisers, roads and crops 2018-11-02 18:05:55 Finisar team wins Prime Minister's Prize for Innovation for internet switches
Soft plastic used in new road surface
Call for non-medical research future fund
Ammonia's big future in fuels and fertiliser
Angel Investment Network links scientific start-ups with investors
Supercharging crop growth and yield
Hope that non-lethal, infertile cane toads could save Australian wildlife
Nature in Oz 2018-10-26 18:05:09 Prime Minister's Prizes for Science 2018 - The teachers
Why some victims delay in reporting sexual assault
Effects of Brexit and Nature's approach to deniers of climate science
Communicating long-term problems to short-term politicians
Dumbing down a mistake for public service broadcasters - Roger Mosey
PM's Prizes 2018-10-19 18:05:51 Prime Minister's Prizes for Science 2018
Glyphosate one of the safest farm chemicals - Ben Selinger
A tribute to sceptic Barry Williams
Play explores the culture of team science
Time to start climbing back up the cliff - Julian Huppert on Brexit
Killing Tsar Nicholas 2018-10-12 18:05:36 Photos and science unveil life and murder of Russia's last Tsar
Oceans move heat and carbon dioxide around the globe
The Economist - where science is never bumped by celebrities
Quantum mechanics explains some biological processes
Neutrinos may help solve long-standing mysteries of the universe.
Lord Rees - on the future 2018-10-05 19:05:46 Nobel Prizes 2018
Philanthropy should not influence priorities of universities
How to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere
Martin Rees - On the Future, Prospects for Humanity
Artificial Intelligence now demonstrates creativity and intuition
Festive science 2018-09-28 19:05:07 Philanthropy can come with risks, despite obvious benefits
Mishaps all part of the scientific road
Atom Beer - Hull's brewery and beer school
Juggling and tricks opens the door to mathematics
Hull York medical school uses manikins to simulate patients
Listening to trees
Monarch butterflies decrease by 90% since the 1990s
Graphene and the IgNobels 2018-09-21 19:05:01 Fancy reading an instruction manual? Poetry inspired by space. The graphene revolution - is it happening?
Best Science Podcasts 2019
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Bias And Perception How does bias distort our thinking, our listening, our beliefs... and even our search results? How can we fight it? This hour, TED speakers explore ideas about the unconscious biases that shape us. Guests include writer and broadcaster Yassmin Abdel-Magied, climatologist J. Marshall Shepherd, journalist Andreas EkstrÃ¶m, and experimental psychologist Tony Salvador.
#513 Dinosaur Tails This week: dinosaurs! We're discussing dinosaur tails, bipedalism, paleontology public outreach, dinosaur MOOCs, and other neat dinosaur related things with Dr. Scott Persons from the University of Alberta, who is also the author of the book "Dinosaurs of the Alberta Badlands".