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Sep 30, 2018

Dr Shane, Dr Ray and Holly bring you this week’s science, including the nerve that links the brain and the gut, manta rays’ feeding via ricochet filtration, virtual reality nausea, genetic control of mosquitoes, and PCBs accumulating in Killer Whales.

The team talk with Professor Lister Staveley-Smith from the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research about his work using the Murchison Widefield Array telescope, being used to probe the Magellanic Cloud galaxies for cosmic rays, which originate in supernova remnants.

They also interview Dr Danielle Kennedy from the CSIRO about Active Integrated Matter, a program to create new technologies and businesses opportunities, what’s next for advanced manufacturing - including food, and the $315billion digital opportunity report.

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