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Can kids understand relativity and quantum physics?
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Jemma Green is building a path of least resistance to renewable energy.
A little health literacy program in Tassie is making waves on a global stage.
Treating obesity is never as simple as eat less, exercise more.
Tobacco smoking has caused untold death and disease. But is a world without cigarettes possible? Public health academic Coral Gartner has a dream ... and a plan.
Zoe Kean has always suspected that taking part in life drawing classes changes us - and now she's found a scientist who shares her curiosity and has begun to study the effect.
It might be the ultimate dream for preppers and Trekkies: life in a Dyson sphere. Astrophysicist Natasha Hurley-Walker takes us to a possible distant future via the physics of continuous economic growth.
Collaborating with an artist to bring Tassie wildlife science to a broader audience has created a dilemma for saltmarsh researcher Vishnu Prahalad.
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.