Nathan Skinner, a PhD student in the Departments of Physiology and Anatomy at Otago University, talks about his research into the health consequences of jetlag, shift work and anything that can disrupt your sleep patterns.
Alba Suarez Garcia, a PhD student in Science Communication at Otago University, discusses how science might be effectively communicated to the public using poetry.
Host Dave McMorran continues to acknowledge the 150th birthday of the periodic table by looking at the chemistry of the only purple element, Iodine.
Host Dave McMorran discussed the chemistries of the elements Gallium and Germanium, perhaps lesser known ones but of great importance to the history of the periodic table.
In part 2 of an occasional series of programmes celebrating the 150th birthday of the periodic table, host Dave McMorran talks about the discovery and importance of Phosphorus.
Maddy Williams, a PhD student in Physiology, talks about her research into how lithium works to treat bipolar disorder.
Host Dave McMorran begins an occasional series of programmes celebrating the 150th birthday of the Periodic Table by talking about the chemistry of Aluminium (or is that Aluminum?) – once the most valuable metal in the world.