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Can You Tell Me How?

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How do we beat superbugs and sustainably store energy to combat climate change? Can You Tell Me How is the second podcast produced by the University of Wollongong. Over six episodes we explore some of the world’s biggest issues, and hear how UOW researchers are working on ground-breaking ways to solve them.Your hosts are Lizzie Jack and William Verity. Lizzie is a recent UOW graduate and podcast producer, while William brings over 30 years of journalism experience to the podcast.

Latest Episodes

Seeing is believing

How can we use some of the world's most powerful microscopes and brightest minds, to develop new ways to detect and attack diseases like cancer, Alzheimer's and motor neurone disease? Featured experts: • Distinguished Professor Antoine van Oijen, Director of the Centre for Molecular and Life Sciences, UOW • Dr Yee Lian Chew, UOW School of Chemistry and Molecular Bioscience, Illawarra Health & Medical Research Institute (IHMRI)

27 MINSEP 11
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Seeing is believing

Salt and the energy storage revolution

How can one of our most widely available natural resources - salt, be used to make batteries and help combat climate change? Featured experts: • Dr Yunxiao Wang, Research Fellow, Institute for Superconducting & Electronic Materials (ISEM) • Dr Jonathan Knott, Research Fellow, Institute for Superconducting & Electronic Materials (ISEM)

18 MINSEP 12
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Salt and the energy storage revolution

The serious business of child's play

How do we teach the fundamental skill of self-regulation, something even adults struggle with - to preschool aged children in order to set them up for life? Featured experts: • Professor Marc de Rosnay , Academic Director of Early Start, Faculty of Social Sciences, UOW • Associate Professor Steven Howard, School of Education, School of Psychology (Adjunct), Early Start Research, UOW • Dr Cathrine Neilsen-Hewett, Director of Pedagogical Leadership Early Start, Director of The Early Years, UOW School of Education

24 MINSEP 12
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The serious business of child's play

Curing disease without drugs

How do we treat illness without drugs? Researchers are working on a revolutionary fibre that will allow us to listen to never-before-heard conversations between our vital organs. Featured experts: • Distinguished Professor Gordon Wallace, Director of the Intelligent Polymer Research Institute (IPRI), UOW • Kezhong 'Sean' Wang, PhD student, Intelligent Polymer Research Institute (IPRI), UOW

15 MINSEP 12
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Curing disease without drugs

It's not about fish it's about people

How can we work with Pacific Island communities and the UN to protect biodiversity in our oceans, ensure fish for life and secure the future of our planet? Featured experts: • Dr Aurelie Delisle, The Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources & Security (ANCORS), UOW • Quentin Hanich, The Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources & Security (ANCORS), UOW • Dr Harriet Harden-Davies, The Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources & Security (ANCORS), UOW

22 MINSEP 12
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It's not about fish it's about people

To see the world in a grain of sand

How can a single grain of sand put a timeline on human evolution and rewrite the history of homo sapiens? Featured experts: • Professor Zenobia Jacobs, Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health, Centre for Archaeological Science, UOW • Distinguished Professor Richard 'Bert' Roberts, Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health, Director - Centre for Archaeological Science, UOW

23 MINSEP 12
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To see the world in a grain of sand
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Latest Episodes

Seeing is believing

How can we use some of the world's most powerful microscopes and brightest minds, to develop new ways to detect and attack diseases like cancer, Alzheimer's and motor neurone disease? Featured experts: • Distinguished Professor Antoine van Oijen, Director of the Centre for Molecular and Life Sciences, UOW • Dr Yee Lian Chew, UOW School of Chemistry and Molecular Bioscience, Illawarra Health & Medical Research Institute (IHMRI)

27 MINSEP 11
Comments
Seeing is believing

Salt and the energy storage revolution

How can one of our most widely available natural resources - salt, be used to make batteries and help combat climate change? Featured experts: • Dr Yunxiao Wang, Research Fellow, Institute for Superconducting & Electronic Materials (ISEM) • Dr Jonathan Knott, Research Fellow, Institute for Superconducting & Electronic Materials (ISEM)

18 MINSEP 12
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Salt and the energy storage revolution

The serious business of child's play

How do we teach the fundamental skill of self-regulation, something even adults struggle with - to preschool aged children in order to set them up for life? Featured experts: • Professor Marc de Rosnay , Academic Director of Early Start, Faculty of Social Sciences, UOW • Associate Professor Steven Howard, School of Education, School of Psychology (Adjunct), Early Start Research, UOW • Dr Cathrine Neilsen-Hewett, Director of Pedagogical Leadership Early Start, Director of The Early Years, UOW School of Education

24 MINSEP 12
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The serious business of child's play

Curing disease without drugs

How do we treat illness without drugs? Researchers are working on a revolutionary fibre that will allow us to listen to never-before-heard conversations between our vital organs. Featured experts: • Distinguished Professor Gordon Wallace, Director of the Intelligent Polymer Research Institute (IPRI), UOW • Kezhong 'Sean' Wang, PhD student, Intelligent Polymer Research Institute (IPRI), UOW

15 MINSEP 12
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Curing disease without drugs

It's not about fish it's about people

How can we work with Pacific Island communities and the UN to protect biodiversity in our oceans, ensure fish for life and secure the future of our planet? Featured experts: • Dr Aurelie Delisle, The Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources & Security (ANCORS), UOW • Quentin Hanich, The Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources & Security (ANCORS), UOW • Dr Harriet Harden-Davies, The Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources & Security (ANCORS), UOW

22 MINSEP 12
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It's not about fish it's about people

To see the world in a grain of sand

How can a single grain of sand put a timeline on human evolution and rewrite the history of homo sapiens? Featured experts: • Professor Zenobia Jacobs, Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health, Centre for Archaeological Science, UOW • Distinguished Professor Richard 'Bert' Roberts, Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health, Director - Centre for Archaeological Science, UOW

23 MINSEP 12
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To see the world in a grain of sand
the END