Listen to Scorpions, Sodium Battery and Urban Sprawl50:3111 October 2020

On the program this week are Drs Jen, Euan and Shane and ChrisKP who discuss what's been in the news:

Racism in cities affects biodiversity also, Chocolate brownie location in nature and fonts and how they matter.

Today's First Guest Associate Professor Heloise Gibb from La Trobe University who talks about species re-introduction success as indicated by scorpions. (the link includes a kewl photo of a scorpion under UV light)

Today's Second Guests are Karolina Biernacka and Jenny Sun from Deakin University who talk about the sodium battery they have collaborated on, which has taken them to the Climate Launchpad 2020 competition.

Today's Third Guest is Jacinta Humphreys from La Trobe University who talks about urban sprawl and the species observed and the the Aussie Backyard Bird Count.

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