Diffusion Science radio

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If you like a good, broad mix of Science - new science, hard science, pop science, historical science and very silly science, listen to Diffusion. Broadcast from Sydney, Australia every Monday 6:30pm. Hosted by Ian Woolf. email: science@diffusionradio.com

Fruit fights Parkinson's disease, Magnetic brains by Ian Woolf, Tom Sulston from Digital Rights Watch discusses privacy concerns with the Australian 2021 Census - part 1 Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Listen to Diffusion Science Radio on RadioPublic close up of Tom Sulston's face in black and white Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links

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COVID19 causes cognitive deficits by Ian Woolf, Tom Sulston from Digital Rights Watch discusses privacy concerns with the Australian 2021 Census - part 1 Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buy
Universal COVID vaccines, As good as a COVID cure, QLD vaccine lives, US granted leave to appeal for extradition of Julian Assange, Australian Census on 10th August 2021 to violate privacy principles again? Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffus
From 2008: Pick-up lines by Victoria Bond and Patrick Rubie, 118118 Information hotline challenge by Marc West, The brain's reward by Amy Bullen, News by Victoria Bond and Patrick Rubie, - obesity and pleasure - internet surfing keeps your brain young Pr
20 years of Bug-bots July 5, 2021
Mice made friendly, Cyborg venus flytraps, 20 years of Robo-roaches, 2001-2021 by Ian Woolf Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf, Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links
New Alzheimer's disease drug more effective, Running improves cognition, Alzheimer's disease blood test by Ian Woolf, US Prosecution's star witness against Julian Assange admits he lied about everything, and provides detailed proof, by Ian Woolf, Present
From June 2008: Electric flying saucers, Personal networks sewn into clothes, Fake urine used by miners by Patrick Rubie, Nineteenth Century naturalist Fanny Macleay by Lachlan Whatmore, Discussion of news, staying young by staying with the young, and th
Deception and Proteomics June 14, 2021
From October 2008: Our closest relatives are all of us, You can learn to change the way genes are expressed in your body, Ben Herbert explains proteomics, Melinda Hall King explains childhood deception, Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusi
Ultrasound helps memory by Ian Woolf, Professor Matthew Rimmer talks about intellectual property and COVID vacccines - part 2 Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate lin
110 clots per million Astrazeneca doses by Ian Woolf, Professor Matthew Rimmer talks about intellectual property and COVID vacccines - part 1 Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying throu
Professor Jose-Luis Jimenez explains how COVID19 is air-borne, and how that changes what we need to do - part 2 Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links
Professor Jose-Luis Jimenez explains how COVID19 is air-borne, and how that changes what we need to do - part 1 Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links
Vaccines can protect against more than their targets, Wind farms dispatched by Ian Woolf, From 2006: Lindsey Gray illuminates Glow worms, From 2009: Celine Steinfeld hosts a science quiz with Jacqui Hayes and Sarah Wood, Presented and produced by Ian Woo
From 2009: The Pill vs the condom, which is greener? by Sarah Wood and Jacqui Hayes, The science of cocktails - Marc West interviews Manuel Tarron, From 1962: Bell Labs Talking of Tomorrow Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a
Retro robot love April 26, 2021
Tobacco finds land mines, Treeman, Cows align Northwards, and cognitive magic by Jacqui Hayes, Testosterone bargaining by Jacqui Pfeffer Women's vertebrae by Ian Woolf, Jaqui Pfeffer speaks with Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte, and Jaroon Descartes about re
Plagued - part 2 April 19, 2021
Ingenuity flies on Mars by Ian Woolf, Dr John Froude talks about how plagues have shaped human evolution - part 2, Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links Join Sho
Plagued - part 1 April 12, 2021
Dr John Froude talks about plagues past, present and future - part 1, Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links Join Shopback for discounts all over the web - they p
Life and Toydeath April 5, 2021
from 2014: Narwhal cheese crowd-funded by Ian Woolf Professor Orsola De Marco talks about Astronomy, life off Earth, and why Pluto isn't a planet, Nick Wishart talks about Toydeath at the Sydney Mini Maker Faire, Production checked by Charles Willock, Pr
Venus Flytrap Science March 29, 2021
Venus flytraps can count, Venus flytraps have a biomagnetic field, How Venus flytraps remember and sense time, How Venus flytraps snap shut, How Venus flytraps sense insects. Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Sup
Professor Antoine van Oijen designs and builds microscopes to watch DNA replicate, and mutate. Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links Join Shopback for discounts all