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Mostly Science Podcast, We pull the curtain back and take a look behind the science in the headlines and take a peek at the what and why of the world around us. Each episode we are joined by a special guest to explore a new topic and learn something new.

Latest Episodes

Plant Microbiome & GMO's - 20/05/2019

In this episode Wes is joined by plant microbiome expert Susana Harris and founder ofPHDepression as they explore the wild world of bacteria that live with plants we encounter everyday. Join us for a journey into why you should or shouldn't care about the labels on your food including GMO's and "Organic". http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=gene

39 MINMAY 21
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Plant Microbiome & GMO's - 20/05/2019

Immunotherapy, Climate Change, Heart Transplants - Season Finale - 29/12/2018

In this episode amazing season finale, Wes is joined in studio by transplant immunology expertAmyProsser, and remotely by the inspirational Chris James fromWSDW and the alwaysintelligent and enemy of pseudoscience AnnaZakrisson fromDr. Anna’s Imaginarium. We talk about some of 2018's biggest stories in science as well as Climate change, Immunotherapy, and Heart Transplants. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=gene

77 MIN2018 DEC 28
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Immunotherapy, Climate Change, Heart Transplants - Season Finale - 29/12/2018

Dinosaur Birds - 29/08/2018

In this episode, Wes is joined by Dr.Lisa Buckly of thePeace Region Palaeontology Research Centre as they discuss the exciting world of modern dinosaurs and misconceptions in media about these creatures of the past and present. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

40 MIN2018 DEC 25
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Dinosaur Birds - 29/08/2018

Science Stories from the Ice - 21/07/2018

In this episode, Wes shares a pre-recorded 1 minute science story he did for Inspiring Australia as part of a promotion for National Science Week. Wes shares the story of Geoffrey Pyke and his idea to build aircraft carriers out of bullet proof ice. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

3 MIN2018 DEC 19
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Science Stories from the Ice - 21/07/2018

Ice Sheets & Science Seals - 29/05/2018

In this episode Wes talks toHelen Mallett of the University of East Anglia about her research using seals to explore West Antarctic ice shelves and how climate change is having an impact and what we might be able to do to stop it. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

19 MIN2018 DEC 18
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Ice Sheets & Science Seals - 29/05/2018

National Science Week - 18/08/2018

In this episode, Wes & Kelly celebrate National Science Weekand are joined byTanya Ha from the National Science Week team and Director of Engagement @ Science in Public along with Elysia Sokolenko from the University of Melbourne andStudents of Brain Research (SOBR) as we talk about inspiring the next generation of scientists and discuss neuroscience and mental health. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

48 MIN2018 DEC 14
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National Science Week - 18/08/2018

Modifying your Risk of Cancer - 10/06/2018

In this weeks episode Wes is joined by Dr. Katrina Brown to discuss her newest publication in the British Journal of Cancer that looks at modifiable risk factors for cancer in the United Kingdom. There are lots of way to look at and classify cancer. This work from Cancer Research UK makes the first separation as such: things we can control, and others that we can’t. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

32 MIN2018 JUN 10
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Modifying your Risk of Cancer - 10/06/2018

Celestial Records, Cancer Discovery, Trump's Nobel Prize - 03/06/2018

In this Episode of MostlyScience, Wes is joined by Holly Blunden and Chris James as they tackle some of the science headlines of the week. We learn all about the new world record for stargazing in Australia, new breakthroughs in understanding of what causes childhood cancer, and a healthy discussion about the Nobelcommittee taking the Trump nomination seriously. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

68 MIN2018 JUN 4
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Celestial Records, Cancer Discovery, Trump's Nobel Prize - 03/06/2018

The Endangered White Abalone - 20/05/2018

In this Episode of MostlyScience, Wes is joined by Dr.Kristin Aquilino to learn all about the endangered sea snail known as theWhite Abalone. Kristin shares why these adorable little snails are so important and the work she does with the University of California, Davis, at the Bodega Marine Laboratory directing the White Abalone Captive Breeding Program. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

30 MIN2018 MAY 20
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The Endangered White Abalone - 20/05/2018

Cyanobacteria, Michael Faraday, and Insulin - 22/04/2018

In this Episode of MostlyScience, Wes is joined by Dr. Anna of Dr. Anna'sImaginarium and Holly Blundenof MostlyScience to celebrate science as we pass the anniversary of the March for Science. We share some of our favourite science stories and talk a little about our journey through STEM. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

72 MIN2018 APR 23
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Cyanobacteria, Michael Faraday, and Insulin - 22/04/2018

Latest Episodes

Plant Microbiome & GMO's - 20/05/2019

In this episode Wes is joined by plant microbiome expert Susana Harris and founder ofPHDepression as they explore the wild world of bacteria that live with plants we encounter everyday. Join us for a journey into why you should or shouldn't care about the labels on your food including GMO's and "Organic". http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=gene

39 MINMAY 21
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Plant Microbiome & GMO's - 20/05/2019

Immunotherapy, Climate Change, Heart Transplants - Season Finale - 29/12/2018

In this episode amazing season finale, Wes is joined in studio by transplant immunology expertAmyProsser, and remotely by the inspirational Chris James fromWSDW and the alwaysintelligent and enemy of pseudoscience AnnaZakrisson fromDr. Anna’s Imaginarium. We talk about some of 2018's biggest stories in science as well as Climate change, Immunotherapy, and Heart Transplants. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=gene

77 MIN2018 DEC 28
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Immunotherapy, Climate Change, Heart Transplants - Season Finale - 29/12/2018

Dinosaur Birds - 29/08/2018

In this episode, Wes is joined by Dr.Lisa Buckly of thePeace Region Palaeontology Research Centre as they discuss the exciting world of modern dinosaurs and misconceptions in media about these creatures of the past and present. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

40 MIN2018 DEC 25
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Dinosaur Birds - 29/08/2018

Science Stories from the Ice - 21/07/2018

In this episode, Wes shares a pre-recorded 1 minute science story he did for Inspiring Australia as part of a promotion for National Science Week. Wes shares the story of Geoffrey Pyke and his idea to build aircraft carriers out of bullet proof ice. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

3 MIN2018 DEC 19
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Science Stories from the Ice - 21/07/2018

Ice Sheets & Science Seals - 29/05/2018

In this episode Wes talks toHelen Mallett of the University of East Anglia about her research using seals to explore West Antarctic ice shelves and how climate change is having an impact and what we might be able to do to stop it. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

19 MIN2018 DEC 18
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Ice Sheets & Science Seals - 29/05/2018

National Science Week - 18/08/2018

In this episode, Wes & Kelly celebrate National Science Weekand are joined byTanya Ha from the National Science Week team and Director of Engagement @ Science in Public along with Elysia Sokolenko from the University of Melbourne andStudents of Brain Research (SOBR) as we talk about inspiring the next generation of scientists and discuss neuroscience and mental health. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

48 MIN2018 DEC 14
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National Science Week - 18/08/2018

Modifying your Risk of Cancer - 10/06/2018

In this weeks episode Wes is joined by Dr. Katrina Brown to discuss her newest publication in the British Journal of Cancer that looks at modifiable risk factors for cancer in the United Kingdom. There are lots of way to look at and classify cancer. This work from Cancer Research UK makes the first separation as such: things we can control, and others that we can’t. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

32 MIN2018 JUN 10
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Modifying your Risk of Cancer - 10/06/2018

Celestial Records, Cancer Discovery, Trump's Nobel Prize - 03/06/2018

In this Episode of MostlyScience, Wes is joined by Holly Blunden and Chris James as they tackle some of the science headlines of the week. We learn all about the new world record for stargazing in Australia, new breakthroughs in understanding of what causes childhood cancer, and a healthy discussion about the Nobelcommittee taking the Trump nomination seriously. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

68 MIN2018 JUN 4
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Celestial Records, Cancer Discovery, Trump's Nobel Prize - 03/06/2018

The Endangered White Abalone - 20/05/2018

In this Episode of MostlyScience, Wes is joined by Dr.Kristin Aquilino to learn all about the endangered sea snail known as theWhite Abalone. Kristin shares why these adorable little snails are so important and the work she does with the University of California, Davis, at the Bodega Marine Laboratory directing the White Abalone Captive Breeding Program. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

30 MIN2018 MAY 20
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The Endangered White Abalone - 20/05/2018

Cyanobacteria, Michael Faraday, and Insulin - 22/04/2018

In this Episode of MostlyScience, Wes is joined by Dr. Anna of Dr. Anna'sImaginarium and Holly Blundenof MostlyScience to celebrate science as we pass the anniversary of the March for Science. We share some of our favourite science stories and talk a little about our journey through STEM. http://mostlyscience.com/ | https://www.biolegend.com/?utm_source=UWA_Podcast&utm_medium=enabling_logo&utm_campaign=generic

72 MIN2018 APR 23
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Cyanobacteria, Michael Faraday, and Insulin - 22/04/2018
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