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Oct 6, 2013

Introduction

Richard Saunders

0:05:30

Dr Rachie Reports 

A recently identified link between a toxic amino acid found in blue-green algae and several motor neuron diseases could help researchers devise a therapy for the fatal conditions.

0:15:00

Dr Rachie Reports

An interview with Warren Bonnet from Embiggen Books, followed by the launch of the book "The Explainer - From Deja Vu to Why the Sky Is Blue, and Other Conundrums" with Dr Mick Vagg and Dr Rachie.

0:26:15

A message from Susan Gerbic

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0:30:10

Saunders on the Radio

From the vault, Richard Saunders talks about the Mind-Body-Spirit Expo in Sydney.

0:42:40

A Week in Science

The Royal Institution of Australia (RiAus) is a national scientific not-for-profit organisation with a mission to bring science to people and people to science.

0:48:40

George Hrab "Small Comfort"

For Adele, a little Tabby cat who lived in Sydney, Australia.