September 28th, 2010
Episode 139 of 433 episodes
This week's Einstein A Go Goers tell us how HIV hides out in the immune system, why the stegosaurus is set to lose its' name, how foam-like titanium implants are set to better fix our broken bones, and how satellites can be used to capture the solar wind and use it as an energy source. We talk to Debra Kirkham from the Veterinary Hospital at the University of Melbourne on how to tell when elephants are about to give birth, and to Jess Thomas from the Healesville Sanctuary on the impact of close encounters on stress levels of the platypus. Plus we discuss whether Moore's Law can be applied to science.For more information visit us at http://einsteinagogo.net/.
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