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Season 1, Episode 10
Baby poo, GM mozzies, plants to electronics, inside Saturn, Australian Space Discovery Centre
In this episode Dr Sophie Calabretto and Dr David Farmer talk about…
Baby’s first poo gives an indication of potential allergies, genetically modified mozzies have been released to help limit the spread of deadly diseases, converting plants into much needed electronics which removes carbon from the atmosphere, we get a clearer idea of the inside of Saturn and we welcome the opening of the Australian Space Discovery Centre in South Australia
If you have a more diverse metabolome in the meconium, then you are less likely to have an allergy at one year.
And so the goal of releasing these GM mozzies is to suppress the wild disease-carrying mosquito populations in the region
this has an insane amount of potential. We’re taking something that we don’t want, and we’ve turned it into something that we very much need
we’ve learned something new about the inside of Saturn, which is that it’s made up of much more liquid, hydrogen and helium than we expected.
The Australian Space Discovery Centre is now open! So exciting… we can’t wait to visit.
This discovery centre is … designed to spark curiosity and inspire.
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