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Best National Museum Of Australia podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best National Museum Of Australia podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The National Museum of Australia's audio series explores Australia's social history: Indigenous people, their cultures and histories, the nation's history since 1788, and the interaction of Australians with the land and environment. The series includes talks by curators, conservators, historians, environmental scientists and other specialists.
 
Heart of Artness is a journey into the labyrinthine workings of Australia’s Aboriginal art world. We hear from artists and the non-Indigenous folk who interact with them to produce cutting-edge contemporary art. The first episode, The Conquistador, the Warlpiri and the Dog Whisperer, was produced for ABC Radio National's Earshot. You can listen to it here: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/earshot/the-conquistador,-the-warlpiri-and-the-dog-whisperer/9617950 Heart of Artness is a U ...
 
Curated by the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, Sweden, the Exhibition's international tour visited UTS in April on the penultimate leg of its six year, fourteen city tour before heading to Abu Dhabi. The Exhibition was proudly sponsored by the Nobel Museum, Volvo and UTS. The Federal Department of Education, Science and Training also provided support for the School program. In hosting 'Beautiful Minds', UTS expressed its commitment to creativity, innovation and peace. The exhibition included scho ...
 
Carolyn Cash hosts the royal news radio podcast show, Right Royal Roundup since 2014, focusing mostly on the British, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch, Belgian, Spanish, Thai and Tongan Royal Families, and the Imperial Family of Japan. Carolyn has covered the following royal visits. * The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the Sydney Opera House, the Royal Easter Show and St Andrew's Cathedral in 2014. * King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway at the Australian National Maritime Museum, the R ...
 
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Besides the virus, what’s bothering people in offices and cabs around the world? Well, it’s freezing. Especially for women. Tom Chang at the University of Southern California did the tests and found there’s a marked drop in productivity if people are uncomfortable because the air-conditioning is berserk. He published his findings and was astounded …
 
White dwarfs reveal composition of gobbled planetsHow light pollution impacts animalsPlan to create advertising messages in the sky using satellitesTragedy of the commons now being played out in spaceThe arts and sciences dance together with inspiring resultsCuriosity the cornerstone for artists and scientists…
 
* Zofia bids farewell to her school days* Roots revives early memories of racial abuse for science writer Michael Brooks* Bird Haven festival celebrates the joy of birds* Move aside big banana and big prawn, here comes the big periodic table* Is there life beyond carbon?* Marilyn Renfree – Academy honours a lifetime of research* The march of artifi…
 
Perth newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Our November cardiParty was at the Mirrabooka Innovations Lab. Shana Coyle, Librarian, and Anne Boyland, Branch Librarian, talk about some of the innovative STEAM programs developed by Librarians for the Lab since its launch in 2018. This was a special cardiParty as it was our last for the year and also ou…
 
Nanotechnology brings new challenges, new solutionsQuantum computing promises new computing capabilitiesMicro algae show potential to replace fossil fuel-based productsHeartbreak pain is like physical pain to the brainOde to AntarcticaPLC student Phoebe Adam honoured in 2019 Bragg Student Prize for Science WritingBragg Prize for Science Writing 201…
 
Melbourne newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Our November Melbourne cardiParty was a wonderful day trip to Sale, with a trip to the historical Sale Water Tower (designed by John Grainger), lunch at an impeccably restored pub called the Criterion (built circa 1865) and finally a river cruise to check out the swing bridge (also designed by Grainger…
 
Why climate change denial persistsAbbotsleigh student Arwyn Stone wins 2019 Bragg Student Prize for Science WritingUgly animals on parade in the Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Ugly AnimalsInsurance policy for frogs in declineIncreasing the efficiency of silicon solar panelsCelebrating Leonardo da VinciThinking Like a Parrot…
 
Self-interest preventing progress on world problemsIt wasn’t an instant goodnight for all when the asteroid hitEmptying the dustbin to assemble the Iguanodontian treeOpalised dinosaur to star in a film and a new museumTracing distribution of ancient humansA new approach to treating pancreatic cancerAncient reefs reveal early history of life on Eart…
 
Melbourne newCardigan Interview We asked you to ask our ex President, Justine Hanna, some questions about what her life in Libraries and GLAM network is like and what her plans are for the future. We thought it fitting that our current President, Clare Presser, asks or former President these cutting questions. What they actually did was bang on abo…
 
After 180 years, suddenly we know more about breastsMagic mushroom compound psilocybin shows promise for treatment of anxiety and depressionHow to build affection for city riversInsects feeling the heat of changing climateOxford encourages swifts with a tower of nesting boxesBirds threatened by rapid climate changeUnnatural Selection explores and c…
 
Gerry Thomas questions our fear of nuclear powerCould California save the Tarkine by leasing it?The University of Newcastle looks at new uni model, new energy optionsElectrolysis may help pull carbon dioxide from the atmosphereLook at our beautiful website! You can trust us!British grapes roasted by extreme heatLondon’s Science Museum presents Top …
 
Melbourne newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Our October Melbourne cardiParty was held at the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre and hosted by Jo Porter, CEO. Strap yourself in for a complex but enlightening 30+ mins of the trails and tribulations of running an iconic community service and space, that has been assisting women in Victoria with their he…
 
UNSW celebrates 70 yearsPrime Minister’s Prizes for Innovators and Innovation 2019Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science Teaching in Primary and Secondary Schools 2019STEM careers extend throughout industryLinking climate passion with education and careersBetel quid - fourth most commonly consumed drug after caffeine, alcohol and nicotine, but this ca…
 
Perth newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Our September Perth cardiParty was held at the Royal Perth Hospital Museum. Thanks to Oonagh Quigley who gave us an intro to the museum and talked about some complexities of managing a medical collection. newcardigan.org glamblogs.newcardigan.org Music by Professor Kliq ‘Work at night’ Movements EP. Source…
 
Nobel Prizes 2019PhD candidate investigates proteins and DNA in resistant breast cancer cellsNewcastle University helps city move from smokestacks to innovative industriesTransforming coal to a high value resource, not one that is burnt for 10c per Warming England has mice on the moveRobots allow scientists a few more hours sleepHow physics inspire…
 
In 2003, Brisbane artist Richard Bell lambasted the white anthropologists, art historians, dealers and curators who presumed to judge Aboriginal art. Here he discusses Bell’s Theorem (Aboriginal Art: It’s A White Thing), racism and his rise from fringe-dweller to renowned contemporary artist, collected by London’s Tate Modern. His gallerist, Josh M…
 
Perth newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Our August Perth cardiParty was held at the new National Archives of Australia, WA Office. Thanks to Kay Newman who spoke about the move and took cardies on a tour of their new premises. newcardigan.org glamblogs.newcardigan.org Music by Professor Kliq ‘Work at night’ Movements EP. Sourced from Free Music …
 
UK’s Warwick University – collaborative projects and filling skills gapsAlice Roberts – how to approach humanity’s huge challengesHigh-res scans reveal dodo’s violent deathAutonomous vehicle for those sprawling campuses and shopping centresHow car batteries will change over timeTalking to young children helps with language developmentSeed collectio…
 
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