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Science with Sarah Lau

Thursday 29th March / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Every week we get a dose of the latest in science news with Sarah Lau. This week we discuss...

    • A study out of the U.K revealed that people who go to gigs and see live music are more likely to expect a greater sense of well-being, and will hold a longer life expectancy for up to nine extra years! (whether this study is true or not, it made us feel extra good here this morning at RTRfm.)
    • Back to more science-y stuff: Two new pieces of technologies from the U.S and Australia are harvesting water taken from air lying in desert environments - The U.S using special metal frameworks and Australia using...well, you'll just have to listen in to find out what we're using.
    • Out of control Chinese space station Tiangong-1 is due to crash back to Earth this weekend, and...
    • Last but not least: New DNA editing technology helps brew delicious beer - skipping the need for hops.

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