May 3, 2015
Dr Shane, Dr Ray, Dr Catherine and Chris KP talk about hyper-redundant arms, air pollution’s effect on pregnancy, additional insights into how bats navigate, and exciting imminent results from space probes.
The team talk to Dr Ted Edwards, Honorary Fellow from the CSIRO Australian National Insect Collection, about the Enigma Moth, a ‘living dinosaur’, that has recently been discovered on Kangaroo Island.
They also speak to Professor Michael Parker from St Vincent’s Institute and the University of Melbourne, about using the Australian Synchrotron to look at how antibodies act on toxic peptides that are thought to be responsible for Alzheimer’s disease.
Their final guest is Dr Sandor Kazi from Melbourne Girl’s College, about his work at CERN, and his approach to teaching secondary school physics.