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Investigating the key intersection of science and the community – the stuff that actually matters to us – and cutting through the half-truths and inaccurate science that floods the digital domain. Find the science of everything at cosmosmagazine.com

Investigating the key intersection of science and the community – the stuff that actually matters to us – and cutting through the half-truths and inaccurate science that floods the digital domain. Find the science of everything at cosmosmagazine.com

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Australia

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Investigating the key intersection of science and the community – the stuff that actually matters to us – and cutting through the half-truths and inaccurate science that floods the digital domain. Find the science of everything at cosmosmagazine.com

Language:

English

Contact:

61 8 7120 8611


Episodes

Science Daily: Losing sleep thanks to climate change ... literally!

5/26/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and evolutionary biologist, Qamariya Nasrullah, is talking about losing sleep over climate change, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician, fluid mechanist, and terribly light sleeper. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine website Subscribe to Cosmos...

Duration:00:06:13

Science Daily: Restoring abandoned farmland

5/25/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and biology graduate specialising in the human microbiome, Matilda Handsley-Davis, is talking about how restoring abandoned farmland can mitigate climate change, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist, who has already picked out the farmhouse in Sweden...

Duration:00:07:51

Science Daily: Photographing black holes

5/24/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and Master of Physics graduate, Evrim Yazgin, is talking about black hole photography. And your host is Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist, who wants to know if a black hole’s “best side” is also the left-hand side of her face. Find the science of everything at the...

Duration:00:05:51

Science Daily: Learning slower ... but smarter

5/23/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and evolutionary biologist, Qamariya Nasrullah, is talking to us about learning slower … but smarter, with your host Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician, fluid mechanist, and sometimes slow learner. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine website Subscribe to Cosmos...

Duration:00:06:22

Science Daily: Octopus death spirals ... seriously!

5/22/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and science graduate specialising in genetics, immunology and citizen science, Imma Perfetto, is talking to us about octopus death spirals. And your host is Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist, who’s glad she’s not an octopus. Find the science of everything at the...

Duration:00:06:11

Science Daily: How do we rank with sustainable and healthy cities?

5/19/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and chemistry whiz, Ellen Phiddian is talking about walkability of Australian cities, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician, fluid mechanist, and almost full-time walker. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine website Subscribe to Cosmos Magazine (print) or...

Duration:00:08:32

Science Daily: Ancient dog diversity

5/18/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and biology graduate specialising in the human microbiome, Matilda Handsley-Davis, is talking about the surprising diversity of ancient European dogs, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist who thinks it’s super weird than some greyhounds are physically...

Duration:00:06:58

Science Daily: Climate change icehouse modelling

5/17/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and Master of Physics graduate, Evrim Yazgin, is unpacking climate change icehouse modelling. And your host is Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist, and who wants everyone to think long and hard about climate change when they go to the polls this Saturday. Find the...

Duration:00:07:04

Science Daily: Exoplanets are just like us!

5/16/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and evolutionary biologist, Qamariya Nasrullah, is talking to us about a population of exoplanets, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist, who believes that Pluto is a Kuiper Belt object. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine...

Duration:00:05:50

Science Daily: Just what are “oops” neurons?

5/15/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and science graduate specialising in genetics, immunology and citizen science, Imma Perfetto, is unpacking oops neurons. And your host is Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician, fluid mechanist, and definite oops-er! Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine website Subscribe...

Duration:00:06:25

Science Daily: Building a better wheat crop

5/12/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and biology graduate specialising in the human microbiome, Matilda Handsley-Davis, is talking about wheat variants, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician, fluid mechanist, and wheat lover extraordinaire. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine...

Duration:00:06:58

Science Daily: Everything you ever wanted to know about Irwin’s turtle

5/11/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and chemistry whiz, Ellen Phiddian is talking about Irwin’s turtle, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, shell-less applied mathematician and fluid mechanist. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine website Subscribe to Cosmos Magazine (print) or the Cosmos Weekly Watch and...

Duration:00:06:27

Science Daily: So black holes “sound” good?

5/10/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and Master of Physics graduate, Evrim Yazgin, is unpacking space music. And your host is Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist, who is apparently a worse musician than the universe. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine website Subscribe to Cosmos...

Duration:00:06:00

Science Daily: Making chocolate even better

5/9/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and evolutionary biologist, Qamariya Nasrullah, is talking to us about science and chocolate, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist who can consume a terrifying amount of chocolate in a single sitting. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos...

Duration:00:07:55

Science Daily: Brightest. Pulsars. Ever.

5/8/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and chemistry whiz, Ellen Phiddian, is talking about pulsars so bright you need sunglasses to see them, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist whose mother used to drive a different kind of Pulsar. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine...

Duration:00:07:55

Science Daily: The sweet secrets of seagrass

5/5/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and biology graduate specialising in the human microbiome, Matilda Handsley-Davis, is talking about the sweet secrets of seagrass, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist who knows basically nothing about seagrasses except that dugongs think they’re...

Duration:00:07:07

Science Daily: Weird musical research stories

5/4/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and science graduate specialising in genetics, immunology and citizen science, Imma Perfetto, is updating us on the latest in musical research. And your host is Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist, who used to be able to play four different types of recorder, and the...

Duration:00:07:12

Science Daily: How AI helps in medicine

5/3/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and Master of Physics graduate, Evrim Yazgin, is unpacking machine learning in medicine. And your host is Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist, who is still a wee bit dubious about our newfound love for machine learning. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos...

Duration:00:07:28

Science Daily: Post-coital spider adventures

5/2/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and reformed archaeologist, Amalyah Hart, is talking about catapulting post-coital spiders with your host, applied mathematician and fluid mechanist who is not sure she wants to make a joke about herself here … Dr Sophie Calabretto. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine...

Duration:00:05:52

Science Daily: Carbon dioxide management with enhanced rock weathering

5/1/2022
Welcome to Cosmos Science Daily, where journalists from the Cosmos newsroom report on the latest research and discoveries and explain the science behind the headline news. Today’s newsroom journalist and chemistry whiz, Ellen Phiddian, is talking to us about enhanced rock weathering, with your host, Dr Sophie Calabretto, applied mathematician, fluid mechanist, and slightly weathered human. Find the science of everything at the Cosmos Magazine website Subscribe to Cosmos Magazine (print) or...

Duration:00:07:27