November 15th, 2009
Episode 106 of 402 episodes
Dr Shane and Dr Adam discuss DNA aggression gene used in court cases, discovery of water on the moon, and the lethal mix of capsaicin spray with cocaine. New York correspondent Jennifer Henry discusses the stinky Gingko biloba tree in detail. Kate Phillips, curator at Melbourne Museum, talks about a new exhibition called 'Wild:Amazing animals in a changing world'. Ross Chandler, Managing Director at Biosol , discusses a chemical solution to cut greenhouse gas emissions and reduce sewage infrastructure corrosion. Visit the Einstein A Go Go web site at http://einsteinagogo.net/
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