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SHIRTLOADS OF SCIENCE
Check out Dr Karl’s brand new podcast!
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Science on Mornings TRIPLE J – SCIENCE ON MORNINGS
Dr Karl’s famous triplej mission is to bring science to the peeps! Subscribe and join host Zan Rowe, her guests, and a bunch of curious Triple J listeners for a weekly injection of science, myth-bashing and answers!
 

 
ABC GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE
Great Moments In Science has been airing on ABC radio for over 20 years. It is piped out via the ABC to local radio stations across the country on a weekly basis – except for late in the year when we attempt to take a break like ‘normal’ people… Subscribe today and get your no dollar$ worth!
 

 
BBC 5 Live ScienceBBC FIVE LIVE SCIENCE
Dr Karl answers listeners’ science questions on BBC Radio 5 Live’s Up All Night programme with Rhod Sharp. Dr Karl broadcast live on Thursdays at 3am. Subscribe today!

 

 

Sleek Geeks

SLEEK GEEKS
After years of working together on stage and screen, they’ve come together for the very first time in podcast format. Sleek Geeks mix science with humour as they set out to answer some of the perplexing scientific mysteries we encounter on a daily basis.

Download, subscribe and enjoy this highly entertaining science-fuelled knowledge whirlwind and, as the Sleek Geeks like to say: “Learn something without even noticing…”

 

The QI ElvesTHE QI ELVES
Episode 84: No Such Thing As A Donkumentary Dan, Andy, Alex and special guest Dr Karl Kruszelnicki discuss dangerous ticks, millennium bugs and a newly discovered Bastard. Subscribe today!

 

 

 

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Wi-fi is watching us

GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: The latest Wi-Fi application can identify different people by how they move. But will that make us the last generation to have ever known privacy? asks Dr Karl.

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The gene that fights cancer

GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: Why are bigger animals such as elephants less likely to get cancer than small animals like mice — and humans? A protective gene called p53 may be the answer, says Dr Karl.

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Fly eyes inspire solar panels

GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: The eye of a 45-million-year-old fly can increase the power output of a solar panel by 10 per cent. Dr Karl is inspired by how an ancient insect helped solve a modern problem.

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