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Date: Saturday, 19 Apr 2014 02:05
Galapagos frolic.
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Date: Saturday, 12 Apr 2014 02:05
Electronics in the body to kill bacteria after surgery Student ideas come to life in the Design Kitchen Austria builds on its main natural resource - ingenuity New approach in drug design for treating prostate cancer Biomimicry Hope that brain building genes leads to treatments
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Date: Saturday, 05 Apr 2014 01:05
False balance tips the scales in some science reporting Cleaning up ports and container transport Aquatic food webs under threat from rising acidity The narrative underlying the rhetoric in terrorists’ messages Improving treatments for stressed teenagers New Zealand – the last major land mass settled by humans What a Wonderful World asks the big questions
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Date: Saturday, 29 Mar 2014 01:05
Experiments in space reveal genetic master switches in pathogens and vaccines X-ray lasers provide the pics while avoiding radiation damage San Diego Zoo breeds success Last call for science writing entries Hungry Science Beast for Radio pt2 Get religious to minimise the pain
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Date: Saturday, 22 Mar 2014 01:05
School student inspired by animated proteins Unravelling the mystery of silk Bee genome assists in development of bee-safe insecticides Hungry Science Beast for Radio The Science of Doctor Who A new approach to living in the sky
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Inca Gold   New window
Date: Saturday, 15 Mar 2014 01:05
Machu Picchu - World Heritage site, testimony to the Inca civilization Wild grass could supply genes to combat wheat root disease Gold and the Incas - Lost World of Peru
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Date: Saturday, 08 Mar 2014 01:05
Carbon pricing needed to control greenhouse gas emissions – BHP chief Solar energy challenges conventional power on price Scale the trick to getting algal biofuel cost down Milestone for the fusion reaction Fuel cell gets the power out of poo Changing ocean currents change fish habitats Deep sea being damaged by mining, trawling
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Date: Saturday, 01 Mar 2014 01:05
Solitary confinement: it wouldn’t be allowed for animals Repairing injury to the central nervous system Built environment leads to heating Jet stream behind US big chill TV hash could signal evidence for the Big Bang Australia recreated in Southern California
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AAAS 2014   New window
Date: Saturday, 22 Feb 2014 01:05
Crude oil affects cellular function in fish, with implications for life-threatening arrhythmias in humans Innovation a strong driver for economic growth Designing robots to copy the work of termites Therapeutic robots ease anxiety for dementia patients How warmer temperatures are affecting the Arctic Chemical analysis reveals Picasso’s use of house paint
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Date: Saturday, 15 Feb 2014 01:05
Rethinking our approach to cancer.
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Date: Saturday, 08 Feb 2014 01:05
100 years since Lawrence Bragg launched a revolution Increasing the accuracy of face matching Bush blitz reveals state of critically endangered wildlife A guide to Australian bird names Generating the future – the vision of Nikola Tesla Science compulsory at London's New College of the Humanities
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Date: Saturday, 01 Feb 2014 01:05
Seven ages of science Ep.6 Age of war and Ep.7 Age of now.
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Date: Saturday, 25 Jan 2014 01:05
Seven ages of science Ep.4 Age of inspiration and Ep.5 Age of the lab.
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Date: Saturday, 18 Jan 2014 01:05
Seven ages of science Ep.2 Age of exploration and Ep.3 Age of opportunity.
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Date: Saturday, 11 Jan 2014 01:05
The Indian cactus which helps control incessant eating Seven ages of science Ep.1 Age of ingenuity How big stories are presented on radio and television - from The Ascent of Man to Seven Ages of Science
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Date: Saturday, 04 Jan 2014 01:05
Desert island discs - David Suzuki.
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Date: Saturday, 28 Dec 2013 01:05
Desert island discs - Paul Ehrlich.
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Date: Saturday, 21 Dec 2013 01:05
Nobel laureate John Cornforth dies aged 96 Australian science - where great and strategic investments go to waste The vital role of state investment in research Imbalance between mission driven and curiosity driven research Shuttles to scuttle the first mile problem Employers benefit from a healthy workforce TED Prize for cloud education
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Date: Saturday, 14 Dec 2013 01:05
Particles from dying stars could help monitor buried carbon dioxide Space race hots up with new players Solar Sail to warn of approaching geomagnetic storm Comet dust reveals secrets from a younger Solar System Tapping emotions for action on remote environments Math and physics provide the legal sporting advantage Early chemists divided over macromolecules
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Date: Saturday, 07 Dec 2013 01:05
Matching new graduates with skills based jobs School students meet veski fellowship winners Stopping electrical firestorms in the brain The internet on beams of LED light Fighting tooth decay with nanoparticles Climate determined human occupation of Britain Return of The Water-Babies
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