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Brainfood - Can You Imagine The Next 60 Years?

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Dr Chris Luebkeman, Director for Global Foresight and Innovation, Arup Group and Visiting Professor at UNSW, on life in 2070.

Reconciling the Past: Albie Sachs 2010 Hal Wootten Lecture

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Justice Albie Sachs, Former Justice of The Constitutional Court of South Africa, delivers the 2010 Hal Wootten Lecture.

Talking Point with Selena Griffith - Sustainable Design

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COFA's Selena Griffith on the importance sustainable design.

UNSW Medicine Dean's Lecture Series 2012 - Stem Cells in Medicine: Opportunities and Challenges (Audio podcast)

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George Negus hosts this debate on the use of stem cells in medicine, featuring speakers Dr Bernadette Tobin and Professor Alan Trounson.

On The Couch with Mark Diesendorf

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On The Couch with Mark Diesendorf

Talking Point: Literary Prizes

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Dr Anne Brewster, Commonwealth Writers' Prize judge, talks with Fran Strachan about the literary world's competition culture and how Indigenous writers have helped reshape Australian history.

Uniken Podcast - Bob Hall

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Historian Bob Hall has turned a tour of duty in Vietnam into a life’s work. His team at UNSW@ADFA has identified the burial sites of thousands of Viet Cong missing in action.

Cash for Carbon

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Economist Dr Regina Betz from the Australian School of Business is conducting mock carbon trading experiments to determine which markets will be the most efficient. Using students to representtrading companies she is finding some interesting results.


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