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WA’s Largest Parasitic Plant

Wednesday 29th July

WA’s Largest Parasitic Plant

A new study from Curtin University has found that the reproduction and resilience of WA’s largest parasitic […]

Locusts and Drones

Thursday 25th June

Locusts and Drones

Dr Leisa Armstrong from Edith Cowan University joins RTRFM’s Fiona Bartholomaeus to talk new research around […]

Setting up a fundraiser? Do some due diligence first.

Monday 8th June

Setting up a fundraiser? Do some due diligence first.

What happened to all the money raised for the Australian bush fire season?  Krystian Seibert explains what […]

The World’s Fastest Internet Speed

Tuesday 2nd June

The World’s Fastest Internet Speed

A research team from Monash, Swinburne and RMIT universities may have found a solution to the […]

Dianne McGrath’s mission to reduce food waste

Monday 20th April

Dianne McGrath’s mission to reduce food waste

In 2016 – 2017 Australia produced more than seven million million tonnes of food waste. Individually, […]

FameLab: Emily Brogan

Monday 20th April

FameLab: Emily Brogan

FameLab is the world’s leading science communication competition which finds and mentors young Science, Technology, Engineering […]

Dr Ana Sequeira from UWA’s Oceans Institute

Tuesday 31st March

Dr Ana Sequeira from UWA’s Oceans Institute

Dr Ana M. M. Sequeira from UWA’s Oceans Institute has been selected by The Pew Charitable […]

The Human Cost of Forced Relocations in Immigration Detention

Tuesday 24th March

The Human Cost of Forced Relocations in Immigration Detention

Over the past five years, Research Fellow Michelle Peterie has conducted over 70 interviews with regular […]

Lionheart Camp for Kids

Tuesday 14th January

Lionheart Camp for Kids

A new study from Curtin University is looking at a bereavement program entitled Lionheart Camp for Kids, […]

New Study to Improve Quality of Life With Parkinsons Underway

24th July 2019

New Study to Improve Quality of Life With Parkinsons Underway

Parkinsons Disease affects around 80 000 Australians today. Jeff Bullen is joined by Emily Corti from […]

Jon Sanders’ 11th Circumnavigation

23rd July 2019

Jon Sanders’ 11th Circumnavigation

Solo yachtsman Jon Sanders is about to sail around the world an eleventh time, this time […]

Finding Spaces to Breastfeed

10th July 2019

Finding Spaces to Breastfeed

For many mothers, breastfeeding their newborn can be a daunting task, with the difficulty of finding […]

Trapdoor Spiders

23rd August 2018

Trapdoor Spiders

Recent research from Curtin University has discovered that male trapdoor spiders who leave their burrows to […]

The Spice of Crime

16th July 2018

The Spice of Crime

Could common spices like turmeric, cinnamon and paprika be used instead of traditional black carbon powders […]