In the studio this week are Dr. Ailie and Dr Shane.
News: (From the Cassini mission) Saturn's moon Enceladus its geography and finding complex organic molecules there and research is showing how neuroplasticity works.
Today's first guests (in the studio) film-maker and visual artist Amiel Courtin-Wilson and producer Chris Luscri talk about their new collaboration Traces, which uses thermal imaging to record the final moments of dying in Amiel's TRACES project.
Today's second guests (in the studio) Professor Mark Cook, Acting Head, Melbourne Medical School, and Pip Karoly from the University of Melbourne talk about predicting epileptic seizures and the new device developed by them that's going to be produced by Cochlear.
Today's third guest (in the studio) talks about Robi Bonelli, a PhD student at the Bahlo lab, WEHI who talks about metabolomics, MacTel and also their work on campus for Queers in Science and about LGBTSTEM day.
Remember, ""Science is everywhere"", including:
About this program
Exploring the wonders of science and its impact on the world. Dissection and discussion of science and science issues made digestible for public consumption.
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- Dr Euan
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Listen to Dr Shane's 'Chat with a Nobel Laureate' at a University of Melbourne-Comprehensive Cancer PhD Program event.
Dr Shane chats with Psychologist Emma-Rose Parsons from Spectrum House about teacher and school staff mental health as we approach the start of the school year and a return to face-to-face learning.
The podcast intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras.