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If you like a good, broad mix of Science - new science, hard science, pop science, historical science and very silly science, listen to Diffusion. Broadcast from Sydney, Australia every Monday 6:30pm. Hosted by Ian Woolf. email: science@diffusionradio.com

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If you like a good, broad mix of Science - new science, hard science, pop science, historical science and very silly science, listen to Diffusion. Broadcast from Sydney, Australia every Monday 6:30pm. Hosted by Ian Woolf. email: science@diffusionradio.com

    Editing genetic disease and sports injuries

    Editing genetic disease and sports injuries

    Nuclear corrections and Assange update by Ian Woolf, Adam Culvenor from La Trobe University how surgery doesn't help sports knee injuries, Laurence Wilson from CSIRO,uses CRISPR to edit genetic diseases Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying science shirts through affiliate links bitcoin: 1AEnJC8r9apyXb2N31P1ScYJZUhqkYWdU2 ether: 0x45d2cd591ff7865af248a09dc908aec261168395

    Electric cars, TB and mutated whooping cough

    Electric cars, TB and mutated whooping cough

    David Sinclair cures blind mice and makes them young again, Seyedfoad Taghizadeh from Maquarie University designed a intelligent car charger, Elinor Hortle from the Centenary Institute fights Tuberculosis with aspirin, Laurence Luu from University of New South Wales, how Whooping cough has mutated, Natalie Twine from CSIRO how discovering hidden relatives helps discover new disease genes, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying science shirts through affiliate links bitcoin: 1AEnJC8r9apyXb2N31P1ScYJZUhqkYWdU2 ether: 0x45d2cd591ff7865af248a09dc908aec261168395

    Trauma, pain, and fish

    Trauma, pain, and fish

    Dump deception - nuclear waste dump sneakiness by Ian Woolf, Joel Hoffman reduces trauma for refugees, Lindsay Parker measures chronic pain, Laura Michie sees dams making fish too cold. Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying astronomy shirts through affiliate links bitcoin: 1AEnJC8r9apyXb2N31P1ScYJZUhqkYWdU2 ether: 0x45d2cd591ff7865af248a09dc908aec261168395

    Electronic Nose Math Superhero

    Electronic Nose Math Superhero

    John Teague builds an electro-mechanical board game, Wentian Zhang built an electronic nose, Anne Griebel protects tea tree forests, David Arnold predicts and prevents forest crimes with mathematics. Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying astronomy shirts through affiliate links bitcoin: 1AEnJC8r9apyXb2N31P1ScYJZUhqkYWdU2 ether: 0x45d2cd591ff7865af248a09dc908aec261168395

    Neuromorphic social impact

    Neuromorphic social impact

    Face recognition through stealing photos used by police, by Ian Woolf, Yesh Bethi demonstrates neuromorphic cameras on foosball tables, Nic Ralph uses neuromorphic cameras on satellites, Hervé Harvard and Sophie Ritchie bridge academic engineering to real world problems at Rapido. Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying astronomy shirts through affiliate links bitcoin: 1AEnJC8r9apyXb2N31P1ScYJZUhqkYWdU2 ether: 0x45d2cd591ff7865af248a09dc908aec261168395

    Solar race suicide model virtual pain

    Solar race suicide model virtual pain

    Over a billion animals dead in the Australian fires by Ian Woolf, Georgi Georgieff talks about the solar car race, Mark Heffernan talks about preventing suicide with modelling, Anton Bogdanovych uses virtual reality to train people in chronic pain management. Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying astronomy shirts through affiliate links bitcoin: 1AEnJC8r9apyXb2N31P1ScYJZUhqkYWdU2 ether: 0x45d2cd591ff7865af248a09dc908aec261168395

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