October 25th, 2009
Episode 103 of 402 episodes
With Dr Andi away Dr Shane takes the helm for this weeks episode. In addition to the week's best science news Dr Shane highlights the possibilities presented by a newly discovered laval tunnel- on the moon, special guest Dr Kathryn Mumford from Melbourne University's Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering talks about her work in environmental remediation in Antarctica and Dr Chromo discusses the scientific basis for not washing your hair. In a surprise appearance Dr Crystal drops by the studio and rounding out the show is Chris KP who looks at the scientific analysis of the abdominal snowman.http://einsteinagogo.net/
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