The Science Inside

The Science Inside: Transport Riots

Following the recent transport riots, The Science Inside looks at some of the tech and solutions around the industry.

This week transport engineer Gerrit Wessels explains why buses always seem to whiz through intersections and Louise Naude from WWF explains what your car is doing to climate change:


This article first appeared on 702 : The Science Inside: Transport Riots


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The Science Inside: Mass Trauma & Mining

The Science Inside: Mass Trauma & Mining

The tragedy at Marikana haunts many South Africans and on this episode The Science Inside looks at mass trauma and mining.

The Science Inside: Transgender Identities

The Science Inside: Transgender Identities

Following Caitlyn Jenner's introduction to the world, the world has erupted with questions around transgender identities.

#TheScienceInside: South Africa's Health System

#TheScienceInside: South Africa's Health System

This week's podcast investigates SA's health system. Is infrastructure in Hillbrow adequate to prevent people from contracting TB?

#TheScienceInside: How could humans survive on Mars?

#TheScienceInside: How could humans survive on Mars?

The Science Inside this week delves into the darkness of space to find out answers about humans moving to Mars - can it be done?

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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