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02 Jul 2009 The worldwide spread of Swine Flu in 2009 has seen scientists from around the world working overtime to develop an effective vaccine. The problem is that this vaccine may be effective for only one flu season. The program investigates the work of some Australian immunologists who are working around...
National Curriculum Year 9
18 Jun 2009 Surfing scientist, Ruben Meerman seeks to answer the question — why does some sand squeak and some sand doesn't? Associate Professor Tim Senden, an applied mathematician from the Australian National University uses some models to provide a possible explanation.
National Curriculum Year 8
22 Apr 2010 Researchers in Perth, WA, have developed a new medicine that corrects genetic mistakes, exon skipping treatment. This is offering hope for people with serious illness. The technique works like a genetic patch which fills in for defective genes when a cell divides. The program focuses on Duchenne...
National Curriculum Year 10
18 Mar 2010 Often our planets are depicted as a 'cosy community of neat celestial bodies'. In an attempt to introduce scientific accuracy to the representations, Bernie Hobbs scales down our solar system to fit into a footy field and also introduces the relative size of some larger bodies outside our solar...
National Curriculum Year 5
28 Jan 2009 Sections of this text serve as excellent models of information reports. A wide variety of Australian snakes are described including adaptations, feeding and breeding. A resource for the deconstruction of the appropriate use of scientific terminology in texts.
BOS NSW Syllabus Years 7 and 8