Einstein A Go Go Podcast: Sep 30th 2007

Our guest was Fleur Tynan, a graduate student from Monash University's Protein Crystallography Unit. Fleur described her amazing research that involves determining the 3D structure of proteins on the surface of the cells of our immune system. Knowing the structure of these proteins helps to determine how the immune system functions by interacting with invading viruses. Have you ever wondered how plasma TV screens work? Listen to find out. Other stories were: genome transplants, why deep voices are sexy, a gene for tree strength, and nano-sized tweezers.

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Direct download: Einstein-A-Go-Go-20070930.mp3
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Hey all – lots on this week. We talk nurdles with Angeline and the danger that they pose in the marine environment. Dave reviews some great kids books and Anth takes us back to 2003 in this month’s 10 years in 10 months. We replay the classic interview with Ray Sucliffe – famed BBC maritime doco-maker.

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Direct download: Radio-Marinara-20070930.mp3
Category:Radio Marinara -- posted at: 11:00pm AEDT

Breakfasters Best Bits 28 September 2007

Jacinta Parsons and the Big O are at the reigns this week while Fee, Tony and Sam are on break. This edition we're going to hear an interview with a woman who made a name for herself earlier this year at the Sacred Heart Community Cup- Melissa Winterson was the first ever Community Cup female streaker. We'll also talk to Breakfaster regular Mr John Harms, who is in to talk about a matter very close to his heart, this week's AFL Grand Final. We kick things off with a call-in however.

Direct download: breakfastersbestbits20070928.mp3
Category:Breakfasters -- posted at: 3:00am AEDT

RRR's Best Music Interviews - September 28th 2007 There's music stars everywhere you look this week. Check out chats with Paper Scissors on Incoming, Battles on Wig-Wam Bam, Muscles on Exit Music, Iron and Wine on The Drift, and British India on Local and/or General.
Direct download: music-interviews20070928.mp3
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Byte Into It, 26 September 07, IT & new tech

This week with Phil Wales in the red corner, and Ed Borland in the blue, talking all things IT and new tech for your listening pleasure...this weeks discussions include:

Amazon’s MP3 store brings more DRM-free music at lower prices than iTunes Store

Dark Australian patent cloud looms over 802.11n specc

Apple: firmware update likely to make unlocked iPhones “permanently inoperable?

DRM advocates getting nervous about consumer backlash

There are full details on all of these discussions as well as more info from this weeks show on the Byte Into It blog

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Byte Into It broadcasts live from Melbourne Australia on Wednesdays at AEST on 3RRR (102.7fm).  To Stream or to find out more, go to www.rrr.org.au

Direct download: Byte-Into-It-20070926.mp3
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The Architects - Show 127 - Perry Lethlean TCL Perry Lethlean from Taylor Cullity Lethlean

www.tcl.net.au

Digital Fringe
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Proposed Fed Sq/NGV extension
www.theage.com.au/news/national/more-space-should-help-ngv-function-better/2007/09/21/1189881777518.html
Direct download: The-Architects-20070925.mp3
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Health Trip 24th September 2007

Gill is detoxing, or "spring cleaning".  This week she discusses the organs and systems in our bodies that help us dispose of all the nasties we absorb.

Breaking down the process, she looks at the various stages of detoxification, the how-to's, the when's and when-not to's.

Caller topics this week include weening yourself of caffeine, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), boosting the immune system post pregnancy, hayfever and hives and recovering from prolonged infections, in particular Hooping Cough.

Direct download: HealthTrip2007Sept24.mp3
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Health Trip 10th September 2007

Gill joins Nicole fresh from New Zealand to discuss western herbalism in camparison to eastern doctrines, what to look for when shopping around for a herbalist and how to prepare and use herbal remedies in the home.

Gill also takes calls from listeners about hayfever, flouride and it's pro's and con's, gastro, boosting your immune system post-pregnancy and ear candling.

Direct download: HealthTrip2007Sept10.mp3
Category:HealthTrip -- posted at: 3:05pm AEDT

Einstein A Go Go Podcast: Sep 23rd 2007 A new steel cloak for the Chernobyl reactor, determination of fetal health by simple blood testing of the mother, celebrating 20 years since the signing of the Montreal Protocol to protect the ozone layer, and how quickly you should drink your beer. Our guest was Dr Nurin Veis from Museum Victoria, who told us about their latest exhibition The Mind: Enter the Labyrinth exploring the varying capacities of the most complex phenomenon in the known universe - the human mind. Plus how to read emotions from facial expressions, and how to make a toroidal vertex with a plastic bottle.

For more information visit http://einsteinagogo.net/

Direct download: Einstein-A-Go-Go-20070923.mp3
Category:Einstein A Go Go -- posted at: 1:00am AEDT

Marine Invention of the month - desalination

News

The effects of desalination

Direct download: Radio_Marinara20070923.mp3
Category:Radio Marinara -- posted at: 11:00pm AEDT



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