Listen to Concussion, Temperature Measurement and James Webb Telescope.51:5915 November 2020

In the studio this week are Drs Krystal, Lauren, Linden and Shane who discuss what's been in the news:

AI determines which brown bear is this, and wild labs collaboration, a new data analysis has increased the identified bacteria by 44%, and researchers are looking for ways of controlling high energy pathways.

Today's First Guest is Dr Kerry Peek from the University of Sydney who talks about concussion and neck strength.

Today's Second Guest is Assoc. Professor Russell Drysdale from The University of Melbourne who talks about global temperature measurement over time.

Today's Third Guest is Dr. Madeline Marshall from the University of Melbourne who talks the James Webb Telescope and her PhD work.

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