The Science Inside

#TheScienceInside: How could humans survive on Mars?

Ever wanted to go to space?

This week The Science Inside goes looking beyond earth with Mars One's Kobus Vermeulen.

This episode also checks out whether an asteroid is likely to hit your home any time soon with the help of NASA and Johannesburg chairman of the Astronomical Association of SA, Jerome Jooste.

The Science Inside is produced by Wits Radio Academy with support from the Department of Science and Technology.

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How did the M1 bridge collapse happen?

How did the M1 bridge collapse happen?

Following the bridge collapse on the M1 highway The Science Inside team has a look at the science inside bridges and traffic.

The Science Inside Education and Learning Techniques

The Science Inside Education and Learning Techniques

The team finds out why all those years of cramming actually aren't the best way to learn & the downside of digital education.

The Science Inside: Fees Must Fall Protests

The Science Inside: Fees Must Fall Protests

The #FeesMustFall protests shook Wits University and the country, the team looks at the tech and techniques police use to control violent crowds.

#TheScienceInside: Nepal Earthquake has shaken the world

#TheScienceInside: Nepal Earthquake has shaken the world

This week's podcast includes an account from an earthquake survivor and an expert explains the science inside earthquakes.

702 brings you 'The Science Inside'

702 brings you 'The Science Inside'

You can now access Wits Radio Academy's innovative science podcast, with quirky, entertaining and engaging content, via 702.

The Science Inside: Say No To Xenophobia

The Science Inside: Say No To Xenophobia

You know the hashtag, but what's being done scientifically around xenophobia?

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