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Gravitational waves to open up the universe

February 13th, 2016

Episode 1040 of 1853 episodes

Gravitational waves to allow new observations of the universe Polar ice melting faster contributing to sea-level rise, mantle instability Levitation to assist in biological applications Assessing the vulnerability of fish to an increasingly hypoxic world The development of turkey red Bush Blitz uncovers new violet in Tasmania Addressing animal welfare and farm inefficiencies in dairy cows, bobby calves and carbon cycles

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