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Events in August 2017

  • Dr Karl joins Nicole Dyer on ABC Gold Coast
    Dr Karl joins Paula Tapiolis on ABC Townsville
    Dr Karl joins Ali Clarke on ABC Adelaide
  • Dr Karl joins Zan Rowe on ABC Triple J Science on Mornings
    Dr Karl joins Rhod Sharp on BBC Radio 5 Live
    Dr Karl joins Raf Epstein on ABC Melbourne
  • Dr Karl joins Nicole Dyer on ABC Gold Coast
    Dr Karl joins Phil Staley on ABC Cairns
  • Dr Karl joins Zan Rowe on ABC Triple J Science on Mornings
    Dr Karl joins Rhod Sharp on BBC Radio 5 Live
  • Dr Karl joins Nicole Dyer on ABC Gold Coast
    Dr Karl joins Paula Tapiolis on ABC Townsville
    Dr Karl joins Ali Clarke on ABC Adelaide
  • Dr Karl joins Zan Rowe on ABC Triple J Science on Mornings
    Dr Karl joins Rhod Sharp on BBC Radio 5 Live
  • Dr Karl joins Nicole Dyer on ABC Gold Coast
    Dr Karl joins Phil Staley on ABC Cairns
  • Dr Karl joins Zan Rowe on ABC Triple J Science on Mornings
    Dr Karl joins Rhod Sharp on BBC Radio 5 Live
  • Dr Karl joins Nicole Dyer on ABC Gold Coast
    Dr Karl joins Paula Tapiolis on ABC Townsville
    Dr Karl joins Ali Clarke on ABC Adelaide
  • Dr Karl joins Zan Rowe on ABC Triple J Science on Mornings
    Dr Karl joins Rhod Sharp on BBC Radio 5 Live

From the Blog

The microscopic high tech wizardry of bacteria

GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: Some bacteria use microscopic super-high-tech gee-wizardry like propellers powered by tiny self assembling electric motors to swim in their environment, explains Dr Karl.

What we know about misophonia, the ‘hatred of sounds’

GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: A condition called misophonia-where people adversely react to particular sounds, often with feelings of rage, terror, fear and panic-was first identified 20 years ago, but is only now starting to be better understood, says Dr Karl.

Gutter mouth: Profanities exist in every single language or dialect ever studied (Source: CHRISsadowski/iStockphoto)

Swearing makes pain go away

GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: Swear words have the power to change your perception of people and pain. Dr Karl gives us a lesson in strong language.

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