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Science On Top

By The Science on Top Team

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Description

The Australian podcast about science, health and technology news. Join Ed Brown and his panel of co-hosts each week as we talk about the latest and coolest research and discoveries in the world of science. We're joined by special guests from all over the science field: doctors, professors, nurses, teachers and more.

Customer Reviews

Fun to listen to. Solid science.

This is one of my favorite science podcasts -- really a pleasure to listen to. The presenters seem to be having a good time and the conversation is always fun and easy. Stories are well chosen and explained, and the scientific expertise of the presenters is evident -- they give you a good amount of context (especially for biology stories) and are appropriately skeptical when new results seem too good to be true. Also, the host does a great job of setting the pace and keeping everyone organized. Add on to that the fun opening theme and a dash of geeky humor, and it makes for a really excellent show!

Entertaining and informative

Intelligent skeptical look at the strengths and weaknesses of recently released or published studies with emphasis on analyzing the often misleading mass media "click bait" headlines.
Variety of guests together with core panel and excellent host Ed Brown trying to keep "order" adds fun and the Australian perspective.

Really enjoy this podcast

Not sure why we haven't heard anything since the end of 2016. Perhaps its just a good summer down under. Certainily a chilly winter in the States. Nothing new yet this year? No studies on effects of Trump on markets after he blew off your PM. Trust me, Trump is a jerk, and seems to prove it everytime he offers a tweet. He is, after all, our only Twit-in-Chief. Sadly.... Miss you all.

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