Listen to Emperor Penguins, Biosensors, and Mars Rover50:4626 February 2021

Barbara Wienecke from the Australian Antarctic Division shares her insights into the lives and behaviours of emperor penguins; Dr. Simon Corrie, Senior Lecturer in the Chemical Engineering Department at ARC Centre for Bio-Nano Science talks about a world-first discovery by researchers at Monash University and The University of Queensland that could lead to faster and more effective treatments for chronic health complications, such as cardiovascular disease and cancer, with ‘fluorescent’ in vivo biosensors. And the team discuss how much fish poo is in the ocean; magnetic field reversals found in Kauri trees; and the Mars rover landing. With presenters Dr. Shane, Dr. Krystal, Dr. Euan, and Dr. Graci.
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