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dc.contributor.authorSenden, Timen
dc.contributor.authorBland, Philen
dc.contributor.authorLong, Johnen
dc.contributor.otherAdelaide Festival Corporationen
dc.descriptionAdelaide Festival of Ideas session, The Braggs, University of Adelaide, 13:30pm, Sunday 20th October, 2013. Hosted by Alice Gorman.en
dc.description.abstractThrough new technologies, creative and scientific fields are coming together to shake how we look at our world. Tracking shooting stars and flying through the nostril of a 400 million- year-old fossil: bold new visions of science will take your breath away. Professors Tim Senden, Phil Bland and John Long explore how the worlds of maths, physics, biology and the movies combine to create radical new ways of understanding.en
dc.description.statementofresponsibilityTim Senden, Phil Bland and John Longen
dc.publisherRadio Adelaideen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesAdelaide Festival of Ideas ; 17-20 October 2013en
dc.rightsArchived with permission from the Adelaide Festival of Ideas and Radio Adelaideen
dc.subjectData visualization; Palaeontology; Quantitative 3D analysis; Spaceen
dc.titleOld bones, shooting stars and new technologiesen
Appears in Collections:2013 - Festival of Ideas

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