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This Week on Science with Sarah Lau

Thursday 16th November / posted by Chris Wheeldon

Each week we get a dose of the latest in science news with Sarah Lau. In this weeks edition we discuss...

  • Scientists discovering how to turn genes on and off in order to help a beetle grow a fully functional third eye.
  • The psychics behind how a 'magic number' of people walking on a bridge can cause it to wobble and sway.
  • And how a new citizen science application helps record Australia's native frogs and their populations by capturing recordings of their calls for assisting experts to identify different species.

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