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Collaborating with an artist to bring Tassie wildlife science to a broader audience has created a dilemma for saltmarsh researcher Vishnu Prahalad.
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Sheila Pham always thought it would be great to have kids; but one thing that worried her was what you had to go through beforehand.
It all starts with tubes of warm, thick, gooey fat delivered fresh to the lab.
Only a fraction of health research makes its way into clinical practice. And it takes years to make the journey.
Move over gut: it's time to meet the vaginal microbiome.
Crystals aren't just beautiful - they tell stories that can help answer some of the big questions of our planet's past - and our own.
It's one thing to big note yourself. But the founder of the Church of Scientology is guilty of scientific fraud, explains author and investigative journalist Steve Cannane.
Geophysicists might expect to face earthquakes or volcanoes in their work. But Kate Selway has to factor hungry Polar bears into her research.
Archimedes had the original Eureka moment in the bath. Mathematician Geordie Williamson had a geometry-shattering insight in the shower. Where do our ideas come from?
Dr Jim Leavesley on the other John Snow, cholera and the birth of epidemiology. (First broadcast September 5, 2004).