Dr Mireia Montes from UNSW Science’s School of Physics describes a new method for mapping elusive dark matter. Melbourne University public health researcher Dr Kathryn Snow drops in to describe her research on tuberculosis, hepatitis C and drug use, and applies it to the context of prisons and supervised injecting facilitites. She also shares a word on e-cigarettes. Plus, Director Claudia Pickering phones in to chat about her comedy web series set to flip gender stereotypes in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics industries, Resting Pitch Face.

Playlist for Einstein A Go-Go – 17 February 2019
  • The Rains are ComingChris Hoffmann
  • DiamondIzzy Bizu

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