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ABC RN | The SCience SHOW | 17 AUg 2019
Motor neurone disease is debilitating disease where nerve cells die and muscles waste away. But some nerves, like the motor neurones that control the eyes, are somehow spared. Professor Justin Yerbury wants to know why.
ABC RN | The Science Show | 13 March 2018
Lifeguards have a lot to look out for: swimmers in distress, rips and visiting sharks. On the south coast of NSW, Kye Adams has an eye helping himin the sky.
ABC RN | The Science Show | 12 May 2018
When penicillin was introduced during the 1940s, resistance became apparent within about 20 years. Today when new antibiotics are introduced, resistance is seen within 2 to 3 years. New approaches are needed to fight common bacterial infections and antibiotic resistance.