October 8th, 2013
Episode 268 of 402 episodes
Dr Shane, Dr Lauren, Dr Alicia and Dr Dave discuss the ethics of genetic testing, custom made poo pills, nobel prize predictions, reality TV show from space and helium storage reserves. First guest, Dr Cara Doherty from CSIRO, recipient of a Young Tall Poppy Award, talks about her research work into Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) for uses in biosensors or biomedical implants. Second guest, Dr Lyndell Lim from the Clinical Trials Research Unit at CERA (Centre for Eye Research Australia), talks about her research into new treatments for ocular inflammatory diseases, which encompasses a broad range of inflammatory conditions affecting the eye. For more information visit us at:http://einsteinagogo.net/
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