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May 17, 2015

Dr Shane, Dr Krystal, Dr Chromo and Dr Lauren discuss empathy in rats, naming of new diseases, discovery of a warm blooded fish, how seasons influence human genes expression, holding your breath to reduce pain and federal budget science funding.

Dr Elisa Hill, neuroscientist from the  department of physiology at the university of Melbourne talks about how the change in microbiomes (made of a complex mix of fungi, microbes of good and bad bacteria) in our digestive system could affect symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder and the upcoming free event in August for families and researchers.

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