Podcasts on STEM by the Fizzics Education team

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Podcast: Primary Science & Maths with Libby Foley

Ben Newsome

Science and mathematics are so fundamental for primary students in getting them ready for high school and Libby Foley has a lot to share about ways to ignite that passion! From teaching in Far North QLD down to the Sunshine Coast, Libby is a true leader when it comes to...

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Podcast: UN SDGs in the Classroom with Helena Nicholson

Ben Newsome

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are so important and they represent an opportunity for you and your students to make a real impact in your local community and beyond! We chat with Helena Nicholson, a Digital Technology teacher and sustainability leader in South West Western Australia who is doing...

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Podcast: Maker Hub at Jaycar Electronics

Ben Newsome

Find out about Jaycar Electronics brand new Maker Hub at Central Park Mall! We chat with Michael Sutherland who is the Retail Innovation Manager about what you can create onsite.

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Podcast: Mathematics with Prof. Asha Rao

Ben Newsome

You can't help but be enthusiastic about mathematics when you hear from Asha Rao! Hailing from RMIT as a Professor and Associate Dean of Mathematical Sciences, Asha is a recent winner of the 2019-2020 Superstars of STEM program. Prepare to be inspired!

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Why the UN has warned of biological annihilation (and how the dinosaurs really died)

Duncan Bell

Biological annihilation: The UN has warned of a 6th global extinction event, but what does this really mean? Are we headed to certain destruction? Will the mosquitoes finally disappear? Quill deconstructs the story. 

What that fuzzy black hole photo really means

Duncan Bell

The first ever photo of a black hole has been released by the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration and while it’s an amazing feat it’s a bit hard to figure out what you’re looking at - Duncan looks past the event horizon to explain what’s going on.

Why the first all-female spacewalk never happened – April 9, 2019

Duncan Bell

Why the first all-female spacewalk never happened: The media went nuts recently about how a planned all-female spacewalk was canceled. It seems like patriarchy has reached even the ISS. But the truth is a little more complicated.  Do you hear silent GIFs?: GIFs are silent moving images, but certain GIFs...

What is a Super Worm Equinox Moon anyway? – March 21, 2019

Duncan Bell

What’s on, Watson?: It’s the day of the equinox AND a super moon, giving us a Super Worm Equinox Moon. That was not a Dune reference - that’s what it’s really called. We take a look at what an equinox actually is, and how the super moon got its name....

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