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RNZ: Our Changing World Radio New Zealand

    • Wetenschap

Getting out in the field and the lab to bring you New Zealand
stories about science, nature and the environment.

    What we do during an earthquake & why it matters

    What we do during an earthquake & why it matters

    Official advice in an earthquake quake is to 'drop, cover, hold.' But is this what we actually do? And what happens if we do something else?

    • 24 min.
    Our Changing World for 20 February 2020

    Our Changing World for 20 February 2020

    Social scientist David Johnston investigates the way people behave during and after earthquakes, and what the consequences of their behaviour is.

    • 24 min.
    Using local yeasts to make distinctive NZ beers & wine

    Using local yeasts to make distinctive NZ beers & wine

    Yeast is one of the key ingredients in beer and wine - and local yeasts could add a distinct Kiwi flavour.

    • 30 min.
    Our Changing World for 13 February 2020

    Our Changing World for 13 February 2020

    Peter Griffin and two Wellington entrepreneurs are in search of local yeasts to impart distinctive NZ flavours to craft beers, and the wine indusry is on a similar hunt.

    • 29 min.
    Psychopathic traits - "everybody has them"

    Psychopathic traits - "everybody has them"

    Sonia Sly is in search of psychopaths. Are they born or are they made? What are the traits that a psychopath exhibits? And is everyone a psychopath to some extent?

    • 23 min.
    Our Changing World for 6 February 2020

    Our Changing World for 6 February 2020

    Sonia Sly is in search of the psychopathic mind with psychology researcher Hedwig Eisenbarth, from Victoria University of Wellington.

    • 23 min.

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