Professor Meghan S. Miller, Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University, talks about her research into critical tectonic plate boundaries, in particular, subduction zones where oceanic plates are descending into the Earth’s deep interior (e.g. Indonesia, Alaska, Japan, Italy). Her research asks questions such as, How has the outermost layer of the Earth evolved? How do processes and structures deep within the Earth control the geology we can observe at the surface? And Elaina Kefalianos (PhD), Vice-President, Stuttering Association for the Young, talks about her research and work in stuttering. In local news, the team explore the BoM re-brand kerfuffle, and also the genetic aftermath post-bubonic plague. With presenters Dr. Shane and Chris KP.
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.