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Science with Sarah Lau

Thursday 15th June / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Resident expert Sarah Lau joined Breakfast with Caitlin again this Thursday to chat about the latest happenings in science.

This week she spoke about the scientists acknowledged in the Queen’s Birthday Honour’s List 2017,  brother scientists John and Rick Shine, colour changing tattoo ink that measures your health and Australian herpetologists AKA amphibian and reptile experts gathering for a conference this week.

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