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Thursday 19th September
When we watch sci-fi movies or tv shows, the term “dark matter” often pops up, but […]
Thursday 12th September
Every week our resident science genius, Commander Kat is on Breakfast with Taylah to share the […]
Thursday 29th August
Recently the 2019 Western Australian Premier’s Science Awards were announced with professor Phil Bland being awarded […]
Friday 16th August
For National Science Week, SCINEMA is celebrating the power of the moving image to inspire the […]
Thursday 15th August
Each week on Breakfast with Taylah we get the latest in science news thanks to our resident […]
Wednesday 17th July
Matt Woods from Perth Observatory joined Fiona and discussed the first landing on the moon 50 […]
Wednesday 26th June
2019 marks 150 years since the periodic table was created, marking this year as the International […]
11th December 2018
After previously appearing on RTRFM to discuss plants, Laura Skates spoke to RTR’s Rose Kerr about […]
6th December 2018
Homeward Bound is an exciting project in which 80 women of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and […]
15th October 2018
Although science is an incredible field of study, much of it may seem impregnable to the […]
8th October 2018
Dr Sarah Maddison spoke about the newly found dwarf planet – named the Goblin – that’s […]
4th October 2018
Commander Kat is back holding down the science fort for RTRFM. This week she joined Breakfast with Taylah to […]
20th September 2018
Laura Skates chats about carnivorous plants and why we have so many in Western Australia.