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Podcast: IVC at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Ben Newsome

We chat with Lee Gambol, an extraordinary science educator and Distance Learning Coordinator for the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Their interactive virtual learning programs are fantastic and we get to hear some of Lee's thoughts on how to make distance learning classes both authentic and engaging.

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Podcast: Encouraging literacy with Just Kidding

Ben Newsome

Giving opportunities for kids to get engaged with reading & hands-on activities is so important! Today we chat with Mark Holmes, publisher of Yarra Media and founder Just Kidding, Australia's largest kids magazine in circulation. This is a fantastic publication for primary teachers looking to expand student literacy through their...

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Podcast: Inspiring the Future Australia

Ben Newsome

Find out how the Inspiring the Future Australia campaign is helping connect students to people in STEM careers! We chat with Adrian Rhodes who is the Director for the project and discover not only how easy it is for schools to connect, but also the impact it is having in...

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Podcast: Teaching archaeological science at the Penn Museum

Ben Newsome

Bringing science, history & culture together can be so rewarding for learners! In this episode, we chat with Allyson Mitchell who is the Outreach Programs Manager for Penn Museum

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Podcast: Coronavirus is here – How can you protect yourself?

Ben Newsome

Coronavirus is here and it can be both scary and confusing. What even are viruses and what makes coronavirus different? In this episode, we conduct an experiment about how viruses can be transmitted from person to person, and how you can prevent getting infected. This episode is curriculum-linked from Year 5...

Experimenting with Nuclear Science with ANSTO!

Duncan Bell

Fizzics TWIST is back! In this episode we're doing something a little different. Nuclear power has a pretty bad reputation right now, but it might be the energy solution that we need. But wait - how does it work? How does nuclear science work? In this episode we visit ANSTO...

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.

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