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Shirtloads of Science

Jul 29, 2018

Since European settlement in Australia, the ecology has been continuously disrupted as species have been moved. Naturalist Tim Low is interested because some species have thrived while others have have failed. Kookaburras, snakes, Redback Spiders and flying foxes. What can we learn from them in a changing climate ?


Jul 22, 2018

A dietary study in Europe reveals a connection between processed foods (and drinks) and cancers. 8 years of research they tried to eliminate factors such as socioeconomic and diet preferences from the data but the link remains strong. What does it mean for you ? Doctor Karl and Professor Claire Collins discuss. 



Jul 15, 2018

Three Cases cracked by Three Doctors. From Floppy Hats, to Firebirds, The Dark Knight and the Broken Escalator Phenomenon. Doctor Karl is joined by Alice and Jessica as the explore the science behind three observed phenomena. The fire carrying birds of Northern Australia, the dark orbiter that will not die and why...


Jul 8, 2018

Dr Karl and Dr Helen - talking about .World's longest echo, how to photograph the molecules inside an explosion, Oceans, Coffee rings and climate change. Physics today is "messy" and "complex" and she loves it. (from 2017)


Jul 1, 2018

Meet Dr. Marlene Kanga, president of an international governing body looking after 2 million engineers. Our future depends on innovation. The creative application process is what Engineering is all about. She talks with Dr Karl of the value Engineers bring to society, which areas attract female engineers, and what...