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A Week In Science with RiAus

A Week in Science is the science news feed from RiAus. We’re bringing you the science news you need to know, all week every week.

You can follow A Week in Science throughout the week on Twitter, and join the discussion, by following the hashtag #weekinsci

On Fridays we are also giving you a wrap of the science news with the weekly video presented by RiAus Director Paul Willis.

A Week in Science is available on Youtube, Vimeo, iTunes and Soundcloud, and also appears on the Community Radio Network, ScienceAlert, selected News Corporation websites, Cosmos Magazine, Skeptic Zone Podcast, Nambucca Valley Radio 105.9FM, Sustainability TV, Skep.tv and Rayan UK. We welcome outlets to make use of A Week in Science, contact us to find out how.

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A Week in Science – Beer Science – 4 April 2014

http://youtu.be/fZQ2cYvTcUo Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn or sign up to the newsletter to see all our content first! Want to learn more beer science? Media Articles Alcohol: Social Lubricant for 10,000 Years - Article from Live Science Did ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 10 January 2014

http://youtu.be/1MjqFU_kWsg Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn or sign up to the newsletter to see all our content first! Our predictions for the big science stories of 2014 Chang’e-3 Lunar Mission India Space Research Organisation Mars Orbiter ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 20 December 2013

http://youtu.be/07-g9HgWHxA Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn or sign up to the newsletter to see all our content first! The top 10 science stories of 2013 List compiled in collaboration with the Australian Science Media Centre and CSIRO. Descriptions ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 13 December 2013

http://youtu.be/i31TTBSH24g Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn or sign up to the newsletter to see all our content first! The 10 weirdest science stories of 2013 List compiled in collaboration with the Australian Science Media Centre and CSIRO. Descriptions ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 6 December 2013

http://youtu.be/cDAs-0exeYQ Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn or sign up to the newsletter to see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Men’s and women’s brains wired differently - Article from Sky News Australia New insights ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 29 November 2013

http://youtu.be/a6w1J8fh2x8 Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn or sign up to the newsletter to see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Researchers unveil tongue-controlled wheelchairs - Article from The Australian Seahorses stalk their ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 22 November 2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drbHxOpiqTo&feature=youtu.be Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Evacuation behaviour- play the game! - Game from The University of Essex Antarctic Experiment finds extra-terrestrial neutrinos - ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 15 November 2013

http://youtu.be/zCW03hcEsUE Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories The weird love life of sea slugs - Article from Australian Geographic Closing the Ozone Layer hole may pause global warming ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 8 November 2013

http://youtu.be/LDIWKLXafKo Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Politics affects the ability to do maths - Article from Mother Jones Chelyabinsk asteroid glowed at 30x strength of sun - ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 1 November 2013

http://youtu.be/lqSnmAVHAaA Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Walking with dinosaurs- Article from Daily Mail UK How a tick burrows into and attaches to skin - Article ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 25 October 2013

http://youtu.be/RDO1YSFsUnA Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Ancient skulls may change the story of human evolution - Article from the National History Museum Multi-target Flu vaccine may be ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 18 October 2013

http://youtu.be/CK4PAqVXXSo Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Ouch! Aussie men get the snip in live 'vasectomy-athon' - Article from News.com.au Restoring the sense of touch in amputees - ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 11 October 2013

http://youtu.be/tbYqAJB9xZk Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Self-assembling robots developed at MIT - Article from the LA Times Nobel Prize for Medicine announced for mapping cellular traffic system ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 4 October 2013

http://youtu.be/9BVrYc6Wyg0 Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Mars may have had super volcanoes similar to Yellowstone - Article from The Guardian Scientists grow functional tear and saliva glands ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 27 September 2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dx2zijs2-Yk Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Loss of digging mammals linked to ecosystem decline - Article from The Guardian Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions Could Prevent Premature Deaths, ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 20 September 2013

http://vimeo.com/74910998 Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Comet collisions increase chance of life across solar system - Article from The Guardian Slow-motion world for small animals - ... Continue Reading »

A Week in Science – 13 September 2013

http://vimeo.com/74356524 Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Growling tiger, fleeing elephant - Article from University of California Davis LADEE launches to study moon dust - Article ... Continue Reading »

A Week In Science – 6 September 2013

http://vimeo.com/73841970 Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Ancient Humans Settled Amazon Region Far Earlier Than Once Thought, Trash Heaps Suggest - Article from The Huffington Post Brain-training ... Continue Reading »

A Week In Science – 30 August 2013

http://vimeo.com/73362076 Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Ocean acidification impacting ecosystems - Article from ABC News New testing strategy for ovarian cancer - Article from ... Continue Reading »

A Week In Science – 23 August 2013

http://vimeo.com/72878226 Click to follow RiAus on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn and see all our content first! Media coverage of this week’s stories Stars sing a song in light - Article from Space.com Wolf howling is due to relationships, not stress - ... Continue Reading »

A Week In Science – 16 August 2013

http://vimeo.com/72401189 Can you work out what the squiggle is? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below or tweet them @Ri_Aus with the tag #WeekInSci. Media coverage of this week’s stories Near-death experiences are 'electrical surge in dying brain' ... Continue Reading »

A Week In Science – 9 August 2013

http://vimeo.com/71953284 Media coverage of this week’s stories World’s most expensive burger made from cultured beef cells - Article from News.com.au Warming seas affecting marine life - Article from Sydney Morning Herald Cacti inspire new weapon for cleaning oil - Article from Wired Plastic surgery won’t make you more ... Continue Reading »

A Week In Science – 2 August 2013

http://vimeo.com/71488090 Media coverage of this week’s stories The phase of the moon affects your sleep patterns - Article from TIME online Why drug testing in sport faces an uphill battle - Article from ABC News Fishless food for farmed prawns - Article from The ... Continue Reading »

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