Mar 20, 2016
In the studio this week are Dr Shane, Dr Krystel, Dr Chromo and
Sexing dinosaurs, North Carolina State University have managed to identify the medullary bone in a T. rex. Breast feeding shamers. Science journalism wrap for Time Magazine, after an article on the science of the correlation between depression and foods with a high glycemic index. Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (BOSS) have discovered the largest structure within the Universe call the BOSS Great Wall. A physics study at North Carolina State are studying the fluids in which things (birds, fish, sperm) work together to move in one direction. February had the warmest global temperature anomaly on record of 1.35 degrees C.
First guests (in the studio) - Dr Rebecca Lim and Associate Professor Tim Moss from the Hudson Institute for Medical Research at Monash talk about using cells from a baby's placenta to help heal conditions, such as lung damage in premature babies.
Second Guest (in the studio) - Dr Andrew King, Climate Scientist from the University of Melbourne talks about what climate change humans are actually influencing.
Program page: http://www.rrr.org.au/program/einstein-a-go-go/
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