We’ve featured some of South Africa’s amazing science on this week’s show.

Indigenous knowledge should be incorporated into science teaching says Maren Seehawer, a doctoral student at the Oslo & Akershus University College, in Oslo Norway.
Our news this week talks about making hearts out of spinach and what happens when you’re overly tired.
Professor Mike Bruton takes us through some of South Africa’s great inventions and discoveries, from the coelacanth to the Kreepy Krawly.
Doctor Claire Lee is representing South Africa as a particle physicist at the Large Hadron Collider or LHC at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. We talk to her about CERN, the Higgs boson particle and the future.
In this week’s Unscience we talk dog poop and later we catch up with the SportHub’s Anthony Teixera and March Mammal Madness.

The Science Inside is presented by Elna Schütz and DJ Keyez. Our production team is Matthew Law, Gabriel Chemhuru and Michael Venter, with technical production by Kutlwano Serame.
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