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The Wednesday Wire's weekly dive into the wide world of science. Featuring a rotating cast of smart people including AUT Chemistry professor Allan Blackman and Senior Lecturer Marcus Jones.
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On Dear Science we’re talking about earth spinning one second faster, the history of foods travelling the world, and the systemic flaws of science.
On this week's Dear Science, Marcus takes us through an overview of what science-y stories to keep our eyes on this year.
This week on Dear Science Allan speaks to Felix and Karanama about the relationships between Pandas and Horse poop, Salmon and car tyres, & the relationship between Betelgeuse and "not exploding like we thought it would"
This week on Dear Science Marcus Jones spoke to Karanama about protein structures, Oxfords study into a Covid vaccine, and the collapse of a 57 year old telescope
On Dear Science this week Allan Blackman chats to Felix and Karanama about a second state of liquid water, poisonous rats and lab grown diamonds, three key parts of a balanced diet
On Dear Science with Marcus Jones we’re talking about covid vaccines, quantum computers and disappointment in the search for life on venus.
On Dear Science with Allan Blackman this week Felix and Bronnie hear about about the decline in average body temperature, a new energy saving windows and platypuses/platypi(???) glowing in ultraviolet light.
On Dear Science this week, Marcus tells Bronwyn and Felix about the study of gravitational waves in space, the probability of schools being breeding grounds for COVID-19, and a surprising discovery about the soft surfaces of comets.
This week on Dear Science, Allan tells Bronnie about the life of James Randi, a new organ found in the human throat and the shortest interval of time ever recorded - a zeptosecond.
On Dear Science this week, Marcus Jones talks about the first ever room-temperature superconductor, a new NASA mission which will lightly graze up against an asteroid and the mystery of why adding salt to sweet foods makes them taste even sweeter
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