New Zealand's deadliest volcano; how cancer cells avoid death; applying intelligence to the design of new life forms; and saving the Gouldian Finch from the bully next door.
Mysterious creatures from the depths of the Southern Ocean; did humans kill off Australia's megafauna?; and gardens taking the heat out of hi-rise.
Magicians helping science to unravel the mysteries of vision; how a carbon rich atmosphere will threaten food security; and Australian farmers making it big with prawns.
Antarctic Special: The sleeping giant awakes - what's happening to the world's biggest ice sheet?; mysterious creatures from the bottom of the Southern Ocean; Otto Nordenskjoeld - pioneer of Antarctica's Heroic Age.
A genetic bandaid for serious illnesses; an injection of new hope for the male contraceptive pill; tracing the roots of an enigmatic mummy; and the truly deadly bite of the redback spider.
Hard knocks giving footballers far more than a mere concussion; fighting inflammation with a high fibre diet; the doctor who saved baby Z; and alpine grasshoppers that get the blues when it's hot.
Exploring the very edges of our atmosphere from Antarctica; the ethics of embryonic stem cell research; the advantage in following the leader; and what puts the precious into precious metals?
Making life from skin cells; New Zealand glaciers on the increase; a new cure for chronic inflammatory diseases; and what lurks deep beneath the waters of Ningaloo Marine Park.
Can and should we engineer our climate?; the stackable concept car of the future; how waves feed Western Australian reefs; and catching criminals with forensic science.
Reliable witness - should repressed memories be allowed in court?; how to control the latest in wheelchairs; our place in the universe put in perspective; and a fiery little frog that knows how to stick up for itself.
Is arsenic tarnishing the glitter of our golden prosperity?; the latest in spacesuits - fit for a trip to Mars; meet the legendary Professor Nancy Millis; and calling all dads and dads-to-be.
Protecting New Zealand's kiwi against its archenemy - the stoat; monitoring blue gropers to test the effectiveness of Australian marine reserves; technology keeping soldiers fit for the job; and the dark side of fiddler crabs.
The powerful new fusion reactor that could save the world; hook worms to the rescue of Coeliac disease sufferers; how to make a metamorphic rock; and penguins living on the edge of suburbia.
Catalyst returns in its 10th anniversary year to celebrate with science stories to thrill and stimulate.
Fighting fire with fire - should we?; engineering survival - what's hot and what's not for buildings; fire fighters making better decisions in the heat of the moment.
The rise of slime - Japanese fishermen brace for a giant jellyfish invasion; coal seam gas - getting cleaner energy from coal.
Cancer threatening the existence of the Tasmanian Devil; The Royal Botanic Gardens - Australia's oldest research institution; Sand - to squeak or not to squeak, that is the question.
Dr Maryanne Demasi investigates the bitter truth about the dangers of a sweet diet and Ruben Meerman takes a look at how fluoride protects teeth and the reasons for its addition to water supplies.
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