September 9th, 2007
Episode 14 of 402 episodes
This week we heard about how a good night's sleep can act as a pain killer, how a good cry can make you feel better, how rice responds to sound waves and why milk is best for recovery from sporting activity. We spoke with Marina Alexander, a PhD student from the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Melbourne, about her work on unravelling the genome of the HIV virus. We also heard from Mark Bolotin, Creative Director of Emergence, on an interactive cinema experiment to build your own human.For more information visit http://einsteinagogo.net/
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