The Science Show gives Australians unique insights into the latest scientific research and debate, from the physics of cricket to prime ministerial biorhythms.
Changing climate questions where and how we build close to forested areas, and investigating the top speed of sound
New approach needed for urban settlements after apocalyptic bushfires
Plans for the Australian Space Agency
Sharing the overview effect
Investigating the upper limit to the speed of sound
Fish moving polewards and 3D printing of body parts
3D printers now producing body parts
Fish moving polewards so they can breathe
What led to Greta?
Perovskites promise new ways of generating solar power
Ten Journeys on a Fragile Planet
We’ve removed 90% of all large fish from the oceans. Just 10% to go.
Consciousness amongst animals and the story of the dire wolf
As mining causes roads to crack and houses to collapse, a Swedish city is moved
Science Extra: The Moon is more fun than Venus
Three missions to Mars, phosphine on Venus and water molecules on the Moon. ABC senior science reporter Genelle Weule looks back on the big space news of 2020, with science editor Jonathan Webb.