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Nov 11, 2018

In the studio this week are ChrisKP and Drs Euan, Jen and Shane.

News: a new study on waterway invertibrates, pollution and biodiversity show health implications to apex preditors, how there is variation of calorie use with time of daymoths evolving to avoid bats, and changes in official weights and measures.

Today's first guest (in the studio) Dr. Jennifer Piscionere from Murdoch Children's Research Institute talks about GenV and integrating children's health data.

Today's second guests (in the studio) 2018 Fresh Science winner Dr. Andrew Ang from Swinburne University talks about surfaces, coatings and biofouling.

Today's third guests (in the studio) Dr. Emily Edwards from Department of Immunology and Pathology Central Clinical School, Monash University talks about immunodeficiencies, diagnoses and their treatment.


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