July 24th, 2016
Episode 389 of 433 episodes
In the studio this week are Dr Ray, Liv and Dr Shane. News: Marine Protection areas and how they're defined in the Seychelles. How does anaethesia work and the research to investigate this. Research on funding suggests that interdisciplinary projects are less well funded than projects that sit solely in one area. The most detailed map of the brain has been produced, showing functions and their interactions under different circumstances. The First guest is Dr Yugeesh Lankadeva (in the studio) - National Heart Foundation, Research Fellow, Systems Neurophysiology Division, The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health at The University of Melbourne talks about septic shock or sepsis in the kidneys. The Second Guest is Brad Spicer (in the studio) - PhD candidate, ARC CoE in Advanced Molecular Imaging at Monash University talks about blood plasma. Finally Dr Shane discusses the L4 and L5 Lagrange points in the story segment. Remember, “Science is everywhere”, including: Program page: http://www.rrr.org.au/program/einstein-a-go-go/ Facebook page: Einstein A Go Go Twitter: https://twitter.com/einstein_agogo and every Sunday at 11a.m AEST on RRR 102.7mHz FM.
Welcome to the Brain Training Podcast, the daily audio workout for your head. In this podcast we have two games for you, each with three rounds which get progressively harder. To enjoy the full experience, relax, and avoid distractions whilst you listen.