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Australia's flagship science documentary series Catalyst has been honoured at the 2018 SCINEMA International Science Film Festival, with the episode The Secret To Making Better Decisions wi
AUSTRALIA'S FLAGSHIP SCIENCE DOCUMENTARY SERIES IS BACK WITH A FRESH HOUR-LONG FORMAT TO INSPIRE AUDIENCES AND SHOWCASE HIGH IMPACT STORIES
The original format of ABC's acclaimed science program, Catalyst makes sense of our amazing, extraordinary and constantly changing world.
THE GROUND-BREAKING SECRETS TO HEALTHIER SKIN
THE LATEST SCIENCE BEHIND SLEEP
Lawrence Leung meets Australia’s top sleep scientists, discovering that sleep is vital to a whole range of bodily functions. He also learns why it’s a good idea to sleep like a professional athlete – or a koala.
FOOD PRODUCTION FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
THE REVOLUTIONARY NEW SCIENCE AROUND ‘HEALTHSPAN’
APPLYING MATHEMATICS FOR BETTER LIFE OUTCOMES
UNLOCKING THE SECRETS OF MEMORY
Our memories make us who we are. From a first kiss - to long, hot summer holidays - memory represents who we are, how we learn and how we navigate the world.
BIOLOGY MEETS TECHNOLOGY TO CHANGE LIVES
HOW GOOD GUT BACTERIA CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE
MAY THE ODDS BE EVER IN YOUR FAVOUR
THE RACE TO THE MOON IS BACK ON
Fifty years since the last moon landing, Associate Professor Alan Duffy takes us inside the new space race, where innovators and big dreamers are rewriting the rule book on space exploration.
ON THE VERGE OF A SEAWEED REVOLUTION
Professor Tim Flannery investigates how seaweed is helping to save the world – from growing the food of the future to cleaning polluted water and combating climate change.
THE MISSION TO STEM THE ONSLAUGHT OF TYPE-2 DIABETES
Originally from Scotland, Australia’s leading nutrition scientist is helping to stem the onslaught of Type 2 diabetes, targeting the two million Australians at high risk of developing the chronic illness.
VIRTUAL REALITY ENHANCING LIVES
UNCOVERING THE MYSTERIES OF THE HEART
Dr Nikki Stamp reveals how our hearts function and how to repair them when things go wrong – taking us into her operating theatre where patients lives are transformed.
How good are you at spotting a lie? We're told lies up to 100 times a day, yet research shows fewer than one in 1,000 people can reliably detect lies.
HOW FAR ARE WE FROM DISCOVERING ALIEN LIFE
Astrophysicist Graham Phillips visits telescopes, swims among the stromatolites and chats with leading scientists in a quest to learn how close we are to finding alien life.
UNLOCKING THE SECRETS OF THIS UNIQUE GROUP