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Ockham's Razor - Program podcast

Ockham's Razor - Program Podcast

William of Ockham was an English monk, philosopher, theologian, who provided the scientific method with its key principle 700 years ago. ...
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2011-01-23 The history of species

01/22/11
John Wilkins is a philosopher at the University of Sydney. His latest book is called Species - A History of the Idea, published by the ...

2011-01-16 Thoughts on innovation

01/15/11
Dr Sarah Pearson from the Australian National University believes that the word 'innovation' is so over-used these days, that it somehow ...

2011-01-09 The case of open science

01/08/11
The need to share scientific knowledge has never been more urgent. The present global knowledge system is good at generating knowledge, but ...

2011-01-02 Is there a new scramble for the arctic?

01/01/11
Dr Keith Suter is in the Department of Politics at Macquarie University in Sydney and asks the question if the Arctic is heading for a new ...

2010-12-26 Modelling forests from space

12/25/10
Dr Joe Landsberg, former Chief of the CSIRO Division of Forest Research, talks about the importance of forests for our environment. He's ...

The birth of modern genetics

12/18/10
This year we celebrate 100 years since the beginning of modern genetics. Physiologist Dr Jack Carmody, who is at the University of Sydney, ...

2010-12-12 The occupational health of academics

12/11/10
Professor Yasmin Haskell from the University of Western Australia discusses some of the ailments associated with the sedentary scholarly ...

2010-12-05 Not your ordinary doctor

12/04/10
Medical historian and author Dr Jim Leavesley from Western Australia looks at some of the famous and infamous men who trained as doctors ...

2010-11-28 Small can be beautiful when it comes to minerals

11/27/10
Victorian veterinarian Dr Peter Carter discusses the importance of minerals, not only in animals and plants, but also in humans.