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The Science Show - Separate stories podcast

The Science Show - Separate stories podcast

ABC Radio National

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478
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The Science Show gives Australians unique insights into the latest scientific research and debate, from the physics of cricket to prime ministerial biorhythms.

Latest Episodes

How we enjoy food - it’s more than just taste

The arrangement of food on the plate, the colours of packaging, the sound and smell and even the view out of the window are all part of how we experience food.

10 MIN1 d ago
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How we enjoy food - it’s more than just taste

Beans for British farmers

Eric Holub is experimenting with new varieties of the white navy bean which will be suitable for growing in the UK.

6 MIN1 d ago
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Beans for British farmers

What can we read from facial expressions?

Not much says Seth Pollak. Conclusions drawn from facial expressions will only be right around 30% of the time. At an early age we learn to use our faces to convey information that may mask our true feelings.

8 MIN1 d ago
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What can we read from facial expressions?

Nanoscience brings hope for treatment of sleeping sickness

Unique elements of the parasite which causes sleeping sickness may be targeted in developing treatments.

7 MIN1 d ago
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Nanoscience brings hope for treatment of sleeping sickness

A hope that landscape management combines western and Indigenous science

Tiahni Adamson joined the CSIRO research ship Investigator as it sailed from Darwin to Fremantle. She describes what was discovered and hopes modern and Indigenous ways will all be used in land management.

12 MIN1 d ago
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A hope that landscape management combines western and Indigenous science

Cosmic bursts unveil universe’s missing matter

Paul Davies explains how this new information will help answer key cosmological questions such as how the universe came to exist, what it is made of, and what is its ultimate fate.

8 MIN1 d ago
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Cosmic bursts unveil universe’s missing matter

Genomic processes described using biology and statistics

The Junction of Statistics and Biology lab at UCLA has described the biochemistry which allows mRNA molecules to be made in the cell.

8 MIN1 w ago
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Genomic processes described using biology and statistics

Two visits to Antarctica

Foreign Correspondent and a medical scientist present two contrasting perspectives of Antarctica.

11 MIN1 w ago
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Two visits to Antarctica

South Africa’s rhinos killed for their horns, on the road to extinction

In 2018, Lynne MacTavish was honoured for her work saving the rhinos of South Africa from poachers. Lynne's story is the inspiration for LA Larkin’s new novel, Prey.

11 MIN1 w ago
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South Africa’s rhinos killed for their horns, on the road to extinction

Soils the second biggest carbon sink after oceans

Each soil is a complex and specific ecosystem. With the vast amount of life within soils there is carbon.

8 MIN1 w ago
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Soils the second biggest carbon sink after oceans

Latest Episodes

How we enjoy food - it’s more than just taste

The arrangement of food on the plate, the colours of packaging, the sound and smell and even the view out of the window are all part of how we experience food.

10 MIN1 d ago
Comments
How we enjoy food - it’s more than just taste

Beans for British farmers

Eric Holub is experimenting with new varieties of the white navy bean which will be suitable for growing in the UK.

6 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Beans for British farmers

What can we read from facial expressions?

Not much says Seth Pollak. Conclusions drawn from facial expressions will only be right around 30% of the time. At an early age we learn to use our faces to convey information that may mask our true feelings.

8 MIN1 d ago
Comments
What can we read from facial expressions?

Nanoscience brings hope for treatment of sleeping sickness

Unique elements of the parasite which causes sleeping sickness may be targeted in developing treatments.

7 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Nanoscience brings hope for treatment of sleeping sickness

A hope that landscape management combines western and Indigenous science

Tiahni Adamson joined the CSIRO research ship Investigator as it sailed from Darwin to Fremantle. She describes what was discovered and hopes modern and Indigenous ways will all be used in land management.

12 MIN1 d ago
Comments
A hope that landscape management combines western and Indigenous science

Cosmic bursts unveil universe’s missing matter

Paul Davies explains how this new information will help answer key cosmological questions such as how the universe came to exist, what it is made of, and what is its ultimate fate.

8 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Cosmic bursts unveil universe’s missing matter

Genomic processes described using biology and statistics

The Junction of Statistics and Biology lab at UCLA has described the biochemistry which allows mRNA molecules to be made in the cell.

8 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Genomic processes described using biology and statistics

Two visits to Antarctica

Foreign Correspondent and a medical scientist present two contrasting perspectives of Antarctica.

11 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Two visits to Antarctica

South Africa’s rhinos killed for their horns, on the road to extinction

In 2018, Lynne MacTavish was honoured for her work saving the rhinos of South Africa from poachers. Lynne's story is the inspiration for LA Larkin’s new novel, Prey.

11 MIN1 w ago
Comments
South Africa’s rhinos killed for their horns, on the road to extinction

Soils the second biggest carbon sink after oceans

Each soil is a complex and specific ecosystem. With the vast amount of life within soils there is carbon.

8 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Soils the second biggest carbon sink after oceans
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