In the studio this week are Drs Shane and Linden and Chris KP who discuss what's been in the news:
Dog ownership officially linked to longer life; Paleolithic people kept and preserved deer bone marrow; and The James Webb telescope will be able to see into the centre of our galaxy (and the black hole there).
Today's second guest Megan Cook, Science officer at ARPANSA (in the studio) talks hot particles and radiation monitoring.
Chris KP talks about a free public forum called "Adolescents: Investing in future generations." To register for free tickets: http://future-gen.com.au/
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Listen to Dr Shane's 'Chat with a Nobel Laureate' at a University of Melbourne-Comprehensive Cancer PhD Program event.
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