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Jul 1, 2018

In the studio this week are Dr. Ailie and Dr Shane.

News: (From the Cassini mission) Saturn's moon Enceladus its geography and finding complex organic molecules there and research is showing how neuroplasticity works.

Today's first guests (in the studio) film-maker and visual artist Amiel Courtin-Wilson and producer

Jun 24, 2018

Dr Shane, Dr Ailie and Dr Ray discuss coral reefs adapting to sea level rise, snowshoe hares and using fiber-optic cables already on the ocean floor as seismic detectors.

First guest: Associate Professor, Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne tells us about her work in the use of antibiotics in children.

Jun 17, 2018

Dr Krystal joins Dr Shane in the studio. In news, cure for River Blindness approved by FDA and a discussion on whale sharks

First guest is Dr Sarah Dunstan from the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity.
A study into the population and spread of tuberculosis-causing (TB) bacteria in Ho Chi Minh...

Jun 12, 2018

Einstein A Go Go - 10th June 2018

Dr Ewuan, Dr ChrisKP & Dr Shane

News items: New Australian research revels the humble bee has an understanding of the concept of ZERO! The relative position of things: a mouse model, New horizons mission jump starts!

First guest: Angelina Arora, Year 11 student at Sydney Girls High...

Jun 3, 2018

Dr Shane, Dr Linden, Dr Laura, Dr Ray bring you this week’s hottest science, including ice dunes on Pluto, cockroach milk, and the recent weather’s tracking with the current climate models.


The team chat with Dr Aya Mousa (Monash University, Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation) about Vitamin D,...