Oct 23, 2022
Twentieth-century futurists spoke warmly of a tech convergence where digital lives would become seamless. Now that data is omnipresent and society more connected than ever, how are we going? Dr Karl gets a spot check from "Converge" author Associate Professor Catherine Ball and there's some good news.
Oct 9, 2022
Taylah Griffin shares her inspiring career pathway from her early passion for STEM to being the first Indigenous person in Australia to graduate with an Honours degree in Electrical and Aerospace Engineering. She now works for Boeing Defence Australia and is on a fast career trajectory. #shirtloadsofscience #indigenousSTEM
Oct 2, 2022
Psychedelic drugs in the 50s & 60s offered hope for relief from some mental illnesses. Lawful access to these chemicals was shut off in 1971 by US President Nixon. Fifty years later the science is mounting for their therapeutic use. Dr. Bahceci works in this area and explains to Dr Karl the latest research. This podcast...