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Apr 14, 2019

Dr Shane, Dr Ewan , Dr Jen and Chris KP discuss night flying birds crashing into buildings, how pyroclastic flows move at high speed and proof that Leonardo da Vinci was ambidextrous.

First guest : Prof. Amanda Ellis, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Melbourne discusses the RACI Margaret Sheil Leadership Award. The Award aims to recognise an outstanding female leader working in an area of a chemistry-related field who has helped to inspire and mentor junior female chemists and/or help to provide a more equitable workplace.

Second guest: Space archaeologist, Alice Gorman on the phone from Adelaide, discusses her book, Dr Space Junk vs The Universe.

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