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    Updates on ISEE-3, fossilised brains, electric bacteria and a rubber duckie comet. Plus the largest...

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  • SoT 158: Let’s Call It A Magpie

    Talking turtles, possible link between antibiotics and obesity, magpies and shiny objects and King...

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  • SoT 157: The Cephalopod Happy Ending

    Rosetta arrives at the comet, an uncontacted tribe gets influenza, and a bacteriophage is the most common...

    Discover More

  • SoT Special 014 – Science In Australia

    At our 150th episode celebration earlier this year, we were fortunate to have Dr. Krystal Evans address...

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  • SoT 156: Rubber Duckie Comet

    Updates on ISEE-3, fossilised brains, electric bacteria and a rubber duckie comet. Plus the largest...

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SoT 158: Let’s Call It A Magpie

Talking turtles, possible link between antibiotics and obesity, magpies and shiny objects and King Richard III was a boozer.

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SoT 157: The Cephalopod Happy Ending

Rosetta arrives at the comet, an uncontacted tribe gets influenza, and a bacteriophage is the most common virus in your body. Plus, how bears overeat...

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SoT 156: Rubber Duckie Comet

Updates on ISEE-3, fossilised brains, electric bacteria and a rubber duckie comet. Plus the largest non-avian flying dinosaur, a cancer vaccine from...

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