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. Advertisements
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.
Giverny Forbes, a Masters student in Environmental Science, talks about people’s relationship with Leopard Seals, an increasing common member of New Zealand’s coastal community.
Aram Babakr, a PhD candidate from the Department of Physiology at Otago University, talks about the risk factors associated with excess fat around the heart.
Marine Richardson, a PhD student in Zoology, talks about her research on the New Zealand Common Bully, a small native fish, and the way it responds to the threats of introduced fish species.
Rachael Baxter, a MSc student in Geology, talks about her research on the unusual history of the Dunedin Volcano, upon those remnants the city of Dunedin, and Otago University, are built.