Listen to Quantum Biology, Dark Matter and Art, and Weather Forecasting53:316 August 2023

Presenter Dr Shane is joined by Dr Ray and Dr Linden for the latest science news; Assistant Professor Clarice D. Aiello from the Quantum Biology Tech Lab at UCLA explains how nature may be following quantum mechanics for its biological processes; Jonathan How, Senior Meteorologist at the Bureau of Meteorology discusses El Niño and how bushfire outlooks are assessed; Monica Bello, Head of Arts at CERN and Tilly Boleyn, Head of Curatorial at Science Gallery Melbourne talk about the Dark Matters exhibition at Science Gallery Melbourne and the dialogues and crossovers between science and art. These collaborations open the door between scientists in the lab and artists, allowing complex scientific ideas to be communicated in an accessible way to the public.

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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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  • ChrisKP
  • Dr Jen
  • Dr Euan
  • Dr Ray
  • Dr Laura
  • Dr Ailie
  • Dr Linden
  • Dr Lauren
  • Dr Scarlett

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