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The Science Show gives Australians unique insights into the latest scientific research and debate, from the physics of cricket to prime ministerial biorhythms.
 
From the ground breaking and life saving to the wacky and implausible, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki reveals some of the best moments in science.
 
Specialist and mainstream audiences alike rely on the Health Report to bring clarity to health and medical issues from social, scientific and political points of view.
 
Science, culture and everything in between. Feel the heat. All species welcome.
 
Specialist and mainstream audiences alike rely on the Health Report to bring clarity to health and medical issues from social, scientific and political points of view.
 
All In The Mind is Radio National's weekly foray into the mental universe, the mind, brain and behaviour — everything from addiction to artificial intelligence.
 
The Science Show gives Australians unique insights into the latest scientific research and debate, from the physics of cricket to prime ministerial biorhythms.
 
All In The Mind is Radio National's weekly foray into the mental universe, the mind, brain and behaviour — everything from addiction to artificial intelligence.
 
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Who killed Maria James? June, 1980, suburban Melbourne: Mother of two Maria James is stabbed to death in the back of her bookshop. Her killer has never been found.
 
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A large review of the evidence has turned up a few substances that could be the subject of further research.
 
Some Australians don't get rehabilitation after they have a stroke, despite being eligible for it.
 
How does pill testing actually work? One in four will have stroke during lifetime, global figures say. Australians missing out on stroke rehabilitation. Investigating traditional Chinese medicine for a vascular dementia treatment.
 
Calls to trial pill testing are intensifying, so what does the evidence say about its potential for harm reduction?
 
We humans have ‘creative software’ in our brains—so says neuroscientist and author David Eagleman. We're driven to invent and innovate, yet at the same time we’re attracted to the familiar—and our creativity lives in that tension.
 
We humans have ‘creative software’ in our brains—so says neuroscientist and author David Eagleman. We're driven to invent and innovate, yet at the same time we’re attracted to the familiar—and our creativity lives in that tension.
 
You won't believe your ears. A hidden herstory in the history of science.
 
A look back at some big stories of human health from 2018. Why do scientists keep studying the same genes, why are Aussies still not eating enough fruit and veg, and what can we learn from the catastrophic 1918 flu pandemic?
 
A look back at some big stories of human health from 2018. Why do scientists keep studying the same genes, why are Aussies still not eating enough fruit and veg, and what can we learn from the catastrophic 1918 flu pandemic?
 
How young people view our scientific world – and our uncertain future.
 
Senior school student Zofia Witkowski-Blake speaks to her peers and politicians about science, its importance, how it is taught, and views and fears for the future on this week’s Science Show.
 
Are you aware of all the crafty tricks fast food retailers use to keep you coming back for more?
 
Glasgow in the west of Scotland has some of the worst health outcomes and life expectancy gaps in Europe.
 
Glasgow in the west of Scotland has some of the worst health outcomes and life expectancy gaps in Europe.
 
Having children can be wonderful but there’s no doubt that parenting can be challenging, especially for women with mental illness. We hear about the lives of mothers diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder—it’s a disorder defined by extreme emotional instability and is surrounded by stigma. The treatment can make a real difference to the ...…
 
Having children can be wonderful but there’s no doubt that parenting can be challenging, especially for women with mental illness. We hear about the lives of mothers diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder—it’s a disorder defined by extreme emotional instability and is surrounded by stigma. The treatment can make a real difference to the ...…
 
If a clock ticks for 10,000 years will anybody be there to hear it? Long term thinking...come on...let's do this.
 
We discuss 2018 in tech news — from social media behaving badly to 'deep fake' videos and concerns about My Health Record.
 
We discuss 2018 in tech news — from social media behaving badly to 'deep fake' videos and concerns about My Health Record.
 
William Whewell - coined osmosis, conductivity, ion and scientist!
 
Sharon Carleton traces the life and achievements of polymath William Whewell.
 
Would using a larger fork lead to you eating more food, less food, or just the same amount?
 
Australia is notorious for being the home of a huge number of the world's most venomous animals — funnelweb spiders, box jellyfish and brown snakes among them.
 
Australia is notorious for being the home of a huge number of venomous animals — funnelweb spiders, box jellyfish, brown snakes. Could understanding the toxins these animals produce inspire new drug treatments?
 
For some people the number six is red and music evokes a range of colours and shapes. Seeing sounds and hearing colours is one type of synesthesia—where the senses are crossed. Meet an 11-year-old girl who was surprised to find out that not everyone sees colourful auras around people, and who feels that numbers have colours and personalities.…
 
For some people the number six is red and music evokes a range of colours and shapes. Seeing sounds and hearing colours is one type of synesthesia—where the senses are crossed. Meet an 11-year-old girl who was surprised to find out that not everyone sees colourful auras around people, and who feels that numbers have colours and personalities.…
 
The hidden story of a very weird psychological experiment. The guinea pigs are kids. But they have no idea what they were in for. Neither do their parents. Who were the lost boys?
 
We review the year in health: an investigation into out-of-pocket medical costs, mental health patients visiting the ED and changes to abortion laws.
 
We review the year in health: an investigation into out-of-pocket medical costs, mental health patients visiting the ED and changes to abortion laws.
 
To commemorate 200 years since its first publication we explore the impact of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, when it was published and then republished; and what we now know of the story’s significance and how it transverses debates on the future of research.
 
A hiccup cure that really works — if you're brave enough.
 
Trace fans should know there are now two seasons of the ABC podcast, Unravel True Crime, available.
 
Antibiotics are obviously a very useful drug, and have been for decades. Trouble is, disease-causing bacteria get used to them, and become resistant. That's what leads to so-called superbugs that can't be treated with modern antibiotics.
 
An antibiotic-resistant infection used to be a rare and disconcerting thing for doctors. Now it's routine.
 
What does it take to drag yourself off the couch and get motivated on a fitness regime? In all areas of life, to be well motivated we need to feel autonomous and find our own internal rewards. We hear from a renowned motivational psychologist and a personal trainer about what works.
 
What does it take to drag yourself off the couch and get motivated on a fitness regime? In all areas of life, to be well motivated we need to feel autonomous and find our own internal rewards. We hear from a renowned motivational psychologist and a personal trainer about what works.
 
Science Friction returns with a medical mystery story like none other. A genetic lottery. A chance encounter. A global quest. Science at the cutting edge. And one gutsy young guy.
 
2018 was a big year in space. We look back at a mission to the Sun, a slew of mysterious radio bursts, and the ancient glimmer of the very first stars.
 
2018 was a big year in space. We look back at a mission to the Sun, a slew of mysterious radio bursts, and the ancient glimmer of the very first stars.
 
A couple of weeks ago, The Science Show featured The Vagina Museum in Britain. Today, in the interest of genital balance and gonad diversity, we present The Willy Show.
 
Today, The Science Show explores the physics, functioning and physiology of the phallus.
 
After 30 years of intense effort and billions of dollars, the battle to rid the world of devastating polio virus seems almost won.
 
In Nigeria, women armed with vaccine take on men with guns in the last stand against polio.
 
If you love your pet dog, do they love you? This question intrigued Professor of Neuroscience Gregory Berns. He wanted to know what it’s really like to be a dog—if they feel the same emotions and have similar thoughts to us. So he persuaded his own dog to get into an MRI machine for a brain scan. He’s now trained 100 dogs to go into the scanner ...…
 
If you love your pet dog, do they love you? This question intrigued Professor of Neuroscience Gregory Berns. He wanted to know what it’s really like to be a dog—if they feel the same emotions and have similar thoughts to us. So he persuaded his own dog to get into an MRI machine for a brain scan. He’s now trained 100 dogs to go into the scanner ...…
 
We review 2018 in environment news — going vegan for the environment, dire climate warnings from the UN, and the troubled life of the world's largest organism, the 'trembling giant'.
 
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