You’ll be sure to learn a thing or two in this week’s episode of Einstein A Go-Go! Dr Simon Clulow from Macquarie University’s Department of Biological Sciences speaks about behavioural plasticity in cane toads. Dr Shalin Naik from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute shares new research into cellular barcoding; a new technique used to track cells responsible for the spread of breast cancer. Plus, Senior Technical Officer at Monash University’s Isotopia Lab Dr Ashlea Wainwright shares her research about zircons – what they are, and how tests performed on them can provide us with clues as to what the early Earth would have looked like.

Playlist for Einstein A Go-Go – 24 February 2019

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