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Backstage with Naomi Oreskes
US science historian Naomi Oreskes visited Adelaide as part of 2016 WOMADelaide Festival. We caught up with her backstage to talk science denial. Watch her previous talk "Merchants of Doubt" to hear more of her thoughts on science and...
You know those days where you feel like you’re carrying the world on your shoulders? Well, in reality that’s every day. We carry around 200 grams of bacteria on our skin and in our bodies. When you think of how small bacteria are, that’s a whole lot...
Brew Ha Ha - #ShareScience
Sick and tired of seeing your newsfeed overrun with politics? We have an experiment - share science stories and content on your social media with #sharescience and turn your feed sciencey. Brew Ha Ha: science in less time than it takes to order a...
Brew Ha Ha - Pig-Human Hybrid Hopefuls
Is the recently announced Pig-human hybrid controversial science news, or the latest (and weirdest) superhero? Let's break it down. Brew Ha Ha: science in less time than it takes to order a coffee. ☕ Read more at ScienceAlert: http://bit.ly/...
Brew Ha Ha - US scientists go rogue
US scientists have gone rogue … 140 characters at a time. Rogue Twitter accounts have popped up since being ordered by the government to stop tweeting valid, factual scientific information. Just ignoring scientific issues like climate change isn’t...
Postcard from Paul: Stonehenge
Part 4: Stonehenge Paul's last postcard from the UK comes from Stonehenge, where he introduces a new theory on just what these huge ancient monuments were for. In the same way you might tie a ribbon around your finger to remind you to pick up...
How to be more creative
Creativity in engineering expert Associate Professor David Cropley shows you how to come up with more creative solutions to problems with the help of three leading human-powered vehicle designers. This video is made possible with the support of the...
Brew Ha Ha - Sticker removal with laser-marked fruit
Overseas produce suppliers are using laser-marked fruit to cut down on unnecessary plastics and replacing stickers on individual produce. We can't wait for this to become popular in Australia! Brew Ha Ha: science in less time than it takes to...
Postcard from Paul: London's Roman Wall
Part 3: London's Roman Wall Paul visits the largest surviving section of London's Roman Wall - an archaeological masterpiece built around 200 AD. In this 4-part postcard series around the UK, our director Dr Paul Willis visits 4 different...
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