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.
Inside Australia's long lost World War 1 submarine, the AE2, we reveal her hidden secrets and investigate what scientists are doing to protect her from the ravages of time.
Catalyst explores how electromagnetic interference affects our military aircraft; Anja Taylor detects Tilapia, the cane toads of our waterways and we reveal what makes lasers so dangerous.
The Catalyst team look at how our genes can affect exercise performance; Come face to face with 120 metre tunnel borers Florence and Elizabeth; And reveal the good news for Coral trout on the Great Barrier Reef.
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.
Educator and activist Dr Kakenya Ntaiya delivers the 2017 International Women's Day Address to Women in Media at the National Press Club.
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