A web platform showcasing stories of personal journeys Into science from some of the most brilliant minds in Australian science : monash.edu/science-stories
A crowdsourced map of quiet spaces in cities - a sonic health service for urban environments. Winner of the TED City2.0 prize, 2012.
She believed she was god, so she stole children in order to build a master race to survive the apocalypse.
For two decades Anne Hamilton-Byrne imprisoned, drugged and abused children, but now she is close to death. Will she or the sect she founded ever be held to account?
Set against an international landscape of institutionalised child abuse, this confronting feature documentary gathers all the evidence as it follows Detective Lex de Man’s quest to uncover what really happened and why.
Dengue fever is the most rapidly spreading mosquito-borne viral disease with ~100 million cases each year and rising. There is no cure for the virus.... so far. Funded by the Gates’ Foundation Grand Challenges in Global Health, Eliminate Dengue is an international scientific collaboration developing a natural approach to control the spread of dengue fever.
With unprecedented access to lead scientist Scott O’Neill and his team in Australia, USA, Brazil, Colombia, Vietnam and Indonesia, this series will explore a game-changer in the battle against dengue.
The Science Women Do
Profiling the inspiring research of brilliant women scientists.
From freezing coral reefs, creating the world’s first stable insulin molecule, helping NASA recognise alien life forms to breeding plants that can cope with cyanide in a globally warmed future, these women are on inspiring scientific journeys.
This documentary series is the story of women in modern science that you want to get to know.