Solar powered plane, Tunguska meteorites, a test for Alzheimer’s, nanosheets and Ata the 6″ human!
Putting Science On Top Of The Agenda
Shark babies kill each other before their even born, fishy gestures, misused science words, genetically modified salmon, and the traces of supernovae in bacteria.
Inoculating babies with ‘good’ bacteria, the genome of the coelacanth gives clues to limb evolution, conscious babies and more!
Dark matter, rain on Venus, Otzi’s bad teeth, red meat and heart attacks, and the folk remedy that may combat bed bugs.
Episode 97 will be up on the weekend, sorry for the delay.
An exciting panel on Friday 19th at Federation Square in Melbourne.
Pulitzer prize winning film critic Roger Ebert died today at the age of 70, according to his long-time employer, The Chicago Sun-Times. While Ebert will be most well known for his prolific and engaging film reviews it is worth noting he also wrote many articles extolling science and skepticism.
Where’s Voyager? Roller derby and bacteria, 3-donor IVF, bacteria that commit suicide and the real age of the Universe.
Should we bring back extinct animals? The CDC warns about ‘nightmare bacteria’, plus windfarms, Tassie devils and more!
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