South Africa commemorated the 41st anniversary of the June 16 uprising this past Friday. The Science Inside team decided to look at science that focuses on millennials.
In our news this week, we continue looking at the future of hybrid and electric cars, could they charge as you drive? Hmmm Then we look at how technology which makes electricity from urine also kills
Our first story looks at (possibly) Africa¹s Oldest study done at Wits University in partnership with the Medical Research Council. The study is called Birth to 20 (Bto20) research study and Professor Shane Norris from Wits University chats to Elna Schutz about Bt20.
Unscience takes a look at how eating popcorn might actually influence how you see yourself.
Plus, we speak to Tony Dovale from Life Masters about the Science of Happiness at work It¹s been said that millennials don¹t like to keep a job for long periods of time. We wanted to explore some of the things that might be contributing to this.
The Science Inside is presented by Elna Schütz and DJ Keyez. Our production team is Matthew Law, Gabriel Chemhuru , Nelly Black and Moniq Lyons, with technical production by Kutlwano Serame.
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