Mar 16, 2017
This week Dr Jenny, Dr Euan and Dr Chris join Dr Shane in the studio.
In news, mitochondrial genomes helps track the movements of Indigenous Australia over the last 50,000 years; Neanderthals store DNA of their meals in their dental plaque; virtual reality; and bees.
Recorded interview with Mathew Noyes, software lead at NASA Johnson Space Centre’s Hybrid Reality Lab.
Guess on the phone is Don Bradshaw, Chair of Zoology and Senior Honorary Research Fellow from the University of Western Australia, His new study into honey bees has revealed the significant effect human impact has on a bee’s metabolism, and ultimately its survival.