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Our Changing World
Getting out in the field and the lab to bring you New Zealand stories about science, nature and the environment.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 109 ratings
Science!
This podcast makes me excited about Science. The new presenter is so good at explaining things in normal human words. And the sound effects! I love it, always play it to my kids.
9193209735978234 via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 07/08/21
Wonderful Podcast!
I’ve recently discovered this podcast series and am loving listening to it. Great information provided in a clear, sincere and entertaining manner. Looking forward to hearing more both in the future and previous episodes.
MaryDBC via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 07/01/21
Our Changing world
What a lovely and refreshing podcast series. Very natural, relaxed, informative and easy to listen to. I will be back for more.
Deaghlán via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/27/21
Recent Episodes
Researchers from the University of Waikato talk about Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S) – a condition in which athletes don't take in the right amount of calories to do the exercise they are doing. Katie Schofield & Holly Thorpe explain why the problem is much more complex than just...
Published 07/28/21
One way to think about scientific research is on a spectrum from blue sky to applied. Claire Concannon learns about a blue-sky research project on bacterial evolution about to kick off in the University of Waikato while Katy Gosset visits the University of Canterbury to watch testing of their new...
Published 07/21/21
On this week’s Our Changing World - how songbirds learn their song, and how researchers in the Southern Hemisphere are trying to correct a long-standing male bias in the songbird world.
Published 07/14/21
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