Apr 12, 2015
On this week's episode Dr Shane and the team discuss dormant hair follicles, the resurrection of the brontosaurus, determining causes for population height change and the economics of reinvigorating ancient canal systems.
Special guest Emily Rochette from Melbourne Girls Grammar talks about teaching science and technology incorporating social media.
Lastly, Dr Stephen Leslie from the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute discusses his work (from the cover of Nature!) in which he created the first detailed genetic map of a complete population.
All this and much more on yet another jam-packed episode!