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The Science Show - Separate stories podcast

The Science Show - Separate stories podcast

ABC Radio

108
Followers
632
Plays
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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

Prime Minister’s Prize for Science awarded for discovery of gravitational waves

The winners are Professors Peter Veitch, David McClelland, Susan Scott and Emeritus Professor David Blair who reflects on the early days of the research journey and the big day in 2015.

8 min15 h ago
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Prime Minister’s Prize for Science awarded for discovery of gravitational waves

Celebrating Ruby Payne-Scott and the birth of radio astronomy

Radio astronomy was developed in Australia. The team included an overlooked physicist, Ruby Payne-Scott.

46 min15 h ago
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Celebrating Ruby Payne-Scott and the birth of radio astronomy

Hope in Hell

The changing climate will be an ongoing major disruptor. In his book Hope in Hell, Jonathon Porritt describes the solutions which exist, how business is implementing change and how young people long for a clean stable world.

--1 w ago
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Hope in Hell

Working towards bigger, better lithium batteries

At CSIRO, Marzi Barghamadi is researching turning a theoretical ten-times increase in the capacity of lithium batteries into a practical one.

7 min1 w ago
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Working towards bigger, better lithium batteries

Should scientists take a position in the US election?

Political censorship, interference and COVID-19 chaos had driven some scientists to take a position in the 2020 US election.

13 min1 w ago
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Should scientists take a position in the US election?

The Human Body Survival Guide

There’s a lot happening on and within our bodies. Guts, burps, farts, spit, snot, sweat, hair, nails, piss and poo. Then there’s bacteria, fungus and lice. The Human Body Survival Guide is a guide to surviving in a human body.

7 min1 w ago
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The Human Body Survival Guide

Fish of the eastern Pacific

Bill Ludt is mapping fish found in the eastern Pacific, from Chile all the way up to Alaska. The aim is to understand how speciation and evolution occur and how distributions of fish respond to our changing climate.

3 min2 w ago
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Fish of the eastern Pacific

Wild fish catch easily replaced by aquaculture

Peter Kareiva has mapped the world’s oceans and says aquaculture covering just 0.01% of waters could replace the wild fish caught.

7 min2 w ago
Comments
Wild fish catch easily replaced by aquaculture

Barramundi breeding restocks our tropical northern rivers

Kurumba’s Barramundi Discovery Centre is a tourist attraction but also plays a major role in breeding barramundi to replace those taken by commercial and recreational fishers.

23 min2 w ago
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Barramundi breeding restocks our tropical northern rivers

National Youth Science Forum boosts young people keen on science

The National Youth Science Forum a not-for-profit charity which leads programs for young people to pursue their passions for science, technology, engineering and maths.

6 min2 w ago
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National Youth Science Forum boosts young people keen on science

Latest Episodes

Prime Minister’s Prize for Science awarded for discovery of gravitational waves

The winners are Professors Peter Veitch, David McClelland, Susan Scott and Emeritus Professor David Blair who reflects on the early days of the research journey and the big day in 2015.

8 min15 h ago
Comments
Prime Minister’s Prize for Science awarded for discovery of gravitational waves

Celebrating Ruby Payne-Scott and the birth of radio astronomy

Radio astronomy was developed in Australia. The team included an overlooked physicist, Ruby Payne-Scott.

46 min15 h ago
Comments
Celebrating Ruby Payne-Scott and the birth of radio astronomy

Hope in Hell

The changing climate will be an ongoing major disruptor. In his book Hope in Hell, Jonathon Porritt describes the solutions which exist, how business is implementing change and how young people long for a clean stable world.

--1 w ago
Comments
Hope in Hell

Working towards bigger, better lithium batteries

At CSIRO, Marzi Barghamadi is researching turning a theoretical ten-times increase in the capacity of lithium batteries into a practical one.

7 min1 w ago
Comments
Working towards bigger, better lithium batteries

Should scientists take a position in the US election?

Political censorship, interference and COVID-19 chaos had driven some scientists to take a position in the 2020 US election.

13 min1 w ago
Comments
Should scientists take a position in the US election?

The Human Body Survival Guide

There’s a lot happening on and within our bodies. Guts, burps, farts, spit, snot, sweat, hair, nails, piss and poo. Then there’s bacteria, fungus and lice. The Human Body Survival Guide is a guide to surviving in a human body.

7 min1 w ago
Comments
The Human Body Survival Guide

Fish of the eastern Pacific

Bill Ludt is mapping fish found in the eastern Pacific, from Chile all the way up to Alaska. The aim is to understand how speciation and evolution occur and how distributions of fish respond to our changing climate.

3 min2 w ago
Comments
Fish of the eastern Pacific

Wild fish catch easily replaced by aquaculture

Peter Kareiva has mapped the world’s oceans and says aquaculture covering just 0.01% of waters could replace the wild fish caught.

7 min2 w ago
Comments
Wild fish catch easily replaced by aquaculture

Barramundi breeding restocks our tropical northern rivers

Kurumba’s Barramundi Discovery Centre is a tourist attraction but also plays a major role in breeding barramundi to replace those taken by commercial and recreational fishers.

23 min2 w ago
Comments
Barramundi breeding restocks our tropical northern rivers

National Youth Science Forum boosts young people keen on science

The National Youth Science Forum a not-for-profit charity which leads programs for young people to pursue their passions for science, technology, engineering and maths.

6 min2 w ago
Comments
National Youth Science Forum boosts young people keen on science
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