1. Speakers talk about the prevention of ageing, as well as cancer and other diseases.

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  2. In this series of six public forums hosted by Professor Barry Brook, experts examine a range of alternative energy sources and discuss their potential to deliver a sustainable solution.

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  3. Professor Caroline McMillen explores how exposure to over-nutrition in the womb may program us to eat more and store more fat for life, and asks what we can do to prevent 'an intergenerational cycle of obesity'.

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  4. Sonya Pemberton talks about her cooperation with Nobel prize winner Liz Blackburn.

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  5. Professor Roger Reddel talks about the difference between cancer cells and normal cells, and cancer accelerators.

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    I have put together a reel focused on science and education animation. vimeo.com/130547110

    by Studio Tinto

  • Bluebottle Films

    Explore the history of the Australian Astronomical Observatory through the eyes of night assistant, Steve Lee.

    by Bluebottle Films

  • Julio Molina Montenegro

    What shapes the questions asked by scientific researchers?
    As part of the series A Portrait of a Question, this short documentary explores Dr. Kevin McGhee's interest in schizophrenia and how fruit flies can help identify some of the genetic factors behind this brain disorder.

    by Julio Molina Montenegro

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