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Down to the Wire

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PhD student Bent Weber has created the tiniest silicon conducting wire ever made, taking us a step closer to the creation of a practical quantum computer.

Sex, Genes & Rock 'n' Roll

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Professor Rob Brooks stage-dives into the theory that rock music can enhance your chances of being an evolutionary winner.

A Nose By Any Other Name - Talking Point: Brynn Hibbert

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Australia's only Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Prof Brynn Hibbert, talks about the potential of the electronic nose to sniff out graffiti artists, drug importers and terrorists, and how to catch a sports cheat.

Hit the Brakes

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Character animation explaining why even if we curb greenhouse gases now there will be a rise in earth's temperature even after we've hit the brakes.

New treatment for short-sightedness

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Prof Helen Swarbrick discusses a new clinical technique for the treatment of myopia (or short-sightedness) that involves reshaping the cornea using a hard contact lens worn at night.

Safer Cycling Study

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On your bike? Then get online and sign up for UNSW’s Safer Cycling Study, launched this week.

Man vs Wild

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The climate responds to whatever forces it to change at the time. Unfortunately we're now the dominant force.

Pathways to Space

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Secrets of high liz-ibility

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If you've ever tried waving to someone in a crowd, you'll how hard it is for small rainforest animals to signal to each other with so many other distractions to catch the eye.




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