Jun 12, 2016
In the studio this week are Dr Shane, Dr Jen and Chris KP.
A study from Oxford University looks at "pristine habitats" and discovered that not only are there none left, they haven't existed for thousands of years. Cat videos and a study from the Czech Institute of life sciences come together about the grazing and post threat behaviour in deer. Melbourne weather and La Niña, Icelandic geothermal production plant CO2 sequestration into rocks.
The First guest is Jo Douglass (in the studio) - head of the Department of Clinical Immunology and Allergy at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and an Honorary Clinical Professor at the University of Melbourne, talks about asthma and allergies.
The Second Guest is Craig Dent (in the studio) - PhD student from the School of Biological Sciences at Monash University, talks about flowering plants and how they regulate their flowering and the application of this research.
The Third Guest is Skip Woolley (in the studio) - PhD student at the School for Bio-Sciences, and part of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions at the University of Melbourne, he talks about deep ocean research.
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