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17th May 2018
Did you know that girls and women who watched The X-Files were more likely to pursue […]
22nd February 2018
Every week we get a dose of the latest in science news with Sarah Lau. on […]
8th February 2018
What are the ethical implications of using biotechnology to control the physical and mental traits our […]
21st September 2017
RTRFM’S Chief Scientist Sarah Lau takes us through the week in science every Wednesday morning. Today she dropped […]
17th August 2017
Sarah Lau getting amongst the love on Breakfast with Caitlin. This week we hear from Sarah […]
11th May 2017
Life never ceases to amaze us, and now University of New South Wales scientists have discovered […]
11th May 2017
From satellites helping scientists track endangered species to the discovery of the best way to treat […]
9th February 2017
Breakfast with Caitlin’s resident expert, science communicator Sarah Lau dropped in for her regular round-up of […]
19th January 2017
We’re setting out on a mission to make ourselves smarter today. You might know Sarah Lau […]
8th December 2016
How can you tell the sense from the nonsense?
17th November 2016
A Room of One’s Own is a new series on RTRFM, exploring questions of career, culture, […]
15th July 2015
Top WA botanist, Professor Kingsley Dixon, brings ancient science and modern warnings. Professor Dixon spoke at […]