July 25th, 2010
Episode 132 of 433 episodes
This week Drs Shane, Ray, Fiona and Krystal get excited about buckyballs in space, the origins of watermelons and cucumbers, as well as young, hot, massive stars. Dr Fiona reveals the scientific secrets behind the display technologies sported by our favourite gadgets, and Dr Ray enlightens us on the ongoing controversy over the seemingly simple question of the surface charge of water. Plus we are joined by Chris Banks, Coordinator of Conservation Partnerships at Zoos Victoria. For more information visit http://einsteinagogo.net/
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