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Program - Einstein a go go

Sunday 11am-12pm

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3rd Jul 16

This week, Monash-based researcher Christina Lucato explains new research that has identified the critical role that the protein P-Rex1 plays in the spread of many human cancers. Curtin University's Professor Simon Lewis talks about the long history of Egyptian Blue; thought to be the first synthetic pigment made by humans, it's still used today for collecting fingerprints for criminal investigations. And Monash/NHMRC fellow Connie Landersdorfer tells us how research is showing that higher-than-standard doses of safe antibiotics can help combat so-called 'superbugs'.

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