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Ignoble Artilect war

7/15/2019
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This show was originally broadcast on 2010-10-11: Ian Woolf reports the 2010 Ig Nobel prizes, Ian Woolf concludes his interview with Hugo De Garis about his vision of the impending war between those who would build massively intelligent machines and those who would stop them at all costs, at the Singularity Summit Australia, in Melbourne. Artilect Discussion with Marc West. Hosted by Marc West, Produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:35:08

Artilect war and Plankton

7/8/2019
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This show was originally broadcast on 2010-10-04: Ian Woolf spoke to Hugo De Garis about the implications of being able to build god-like massively super-intelligent machines at the Singularity Summit Australia in Melbourne. Lachlan Whatmore explains the phytoplankton crisis. Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:32:51

Quantum dots

7/1/2019
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ANSTO workers hurt again by Ian Woolf, Alison Campbell puts quantum dots under the microscope. Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:22:26

Superlative hydrogen

6/24/2019
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Hydrogen hijinks, by Ian Woolf, Matthew Laplante talks about his book Superlative: The biology of extremes, Part 2 Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:22:18

Scientific journalism

6/17/2019
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Journalism is not a crime, by Ian Woolf, Matthew Laplante talks about his book Superlative: The biology of extremes, Part 1. Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:24:52

We reveal crimes and secret squirrels

6/3/2019
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Crowd-funded SETI, brightness, creativity and aliens, and the final frontier reported by Ian Woolf. Review of the film "We Steal Secrets - the story of WikiLeaks" by Ian Woolf Tim Baynes talks about the wonders of squirrel hibernation. Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:38:11

DNA origami kills cancer

5/27/2019
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Kids without religion are more altruistic, Election poll mathematics by Ian Woolf Jasleen Singh designs nanotech devices to kill cancer Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:23:42

Water, Survival and ME/CFS 1999

5/20/2019
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This show was originally broadcast on 9th March 1999: Castrate-mobile in Rio Prayer doesn't heal, Bee venom for cancer treatment by Deborah Lum Ruby Archis talks with Norm Carruthers of ACA about the safety of our drinking water, David Blank reports on surviving the Third Millenium, Ian Woolf reports on the Alison Hunter Memorial ME/CFS Conference 1999, Hosted by Carol Oliver, Produced by Lachlan Whatmore, with technical support by Gina Satore, Edited by Ian Woolf Support...

Duration:00:32:42

Autism and oxytocin

5/13/2019
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Vasopressin and autism, UN Million species extinction report by Ian Woolf Marilena Demayo talks about autistic spectrum disorder and oxytocin. Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Robots Recyle Rags

5/6/2019
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Pitanga extends life in worms by Ian Woolf David Hinwood designs robots to recycle old clothing. Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:23:51

Investigating Sight

4/29/2019
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Blood test for ME/CFS, Safe alcohol replacement drink by Ian Woolf, Calvin Eiber investigates the basic science of sight Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:21:41

Bioengineering Challenge 2019

4/22/2019
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Bioengineering Innovation Outreach Challenge 2019 prize winners by Ian Woolf, Professor Hala Zrieqat talks about the ARC Bioengineering Innovation Centre, Dr Gavinda Singh talks about his research in cancer cures and his mentorship, Team Team from Sydney Girls High School talk about their Epilepsy brainwave monitoring solution, Team Biochis from Mount Carmel Catholic School talk about their nutritional deficiency detecting watch, Team Discovery Channel from Fort St High School talk...

Nano 3D Printing

4/15/2019
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Feeling hands, incriminating handshakes by Ian Woolf, Professor Martin Wegener talks about nano 3D Printing, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:24:52

Home synthetic biology lab

4/8/2019
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Electric cars are the new NBN by Ian Woolf, Jaden Hastings talks about creating art and science and her new authorised synthetic biology home lab Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:22:05

Brain Stimulation

4/1/2019
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The God helmet by Ian Woolf, Peter Simson-Young talks about personalising transcranial direct current stimulation using 3D printing. Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:22:16

Fat virus and CRISPR kits

3/25/2019
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The virus that makes you fat but healthy by Ian Woolf, Alex Kelly talks about a new model for the Biofoundry, and the CRISOR kits in development, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:25:30

Investing in our Future

3/18/2019
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Alex Kelly talks about economics, automation, investment, and how to change things for a better society. Excerpt from "Machine: Master or Slave" Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:22:47

Generating Gravitational waves

3/11/2019
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High Frequency Gravitational Wave generator by Ian Woolf, Alcubierre warp drive, EM drive and antigravity with Geraint Lewis, The strange case of the disappearing anti-gravity researchers by Tim Baynes, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:21:11

Science podcast science and FTL patents

3/4/2019
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Navy FTL space drive patent by Ian Woolf, Ben Kiernan's science of science podcasts and the Non-peer reviewed podcast, Sound and facts checked by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:57:30

Nano molecular train sets

2/25/2019
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Cyber attack on Australia, Weird technology from the US Navy, by Ian Woolf, Nano-engineering molecular motors by Dr Shelley Wickham, Sound and facts checked by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution

Duration:00:55:54