Our fortnightly popular science ‘Materials: Fact or Fiction' segment continued for its second year. A spinoff of the series was released as a podcast titled Sci Fi/Sci Fact.
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Associate Investigator, Dr Taniela Lolohea is a Lecturer in Chemistry at AUT takes a look at the science behind magic flying carpets.
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Victoria University Wellington, PhD student, Anindita Sen looks at Pheromones from the Black Widow movie.
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PhD student, Aleksandra Ilina, give us her scientific take on Hypermatter from Star Wars.
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Dr Karen Thorn, a Postdoctoral Fellow at Victoria University of Wellington gives us her scientific take on the MacGyver episode where he makes a laser.
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Aran Warren is a PhD student at the University of Canterbury, talks about the potential for Lux/Relux, as imagined by the Sci Fi writer John W Campbell back in the 1930s.
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Bill Jia, a PhD Student from the University of Auckland's gives us his scientific take on Corrodium from Ben10.
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Emily Kendall is a University of Auckland PhD Student and provides her scientific take on the Proton Packs from Ghostbusters.
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Principal Investigator, Professor Duncan McGillivray give his scientific take on reconfigurable materials - the Liquid Metal from the Terminator movies.
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Created: Aug 5, 2021, 1:08 PM
Jan Eldridge, Associate Professor of Physics at the University of Auckland on the facts being the sci fi of the Star Trek mind swap episode - Turnabout Intruder.
Modified: Jul 26, 2021, 4:09 PM
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Dr Nate Davis, Victoria University of Wellington Senior Lecturer gives his scientific take on Jumbonium from Futurama.
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PhD Student, Aleksandra Ilina from Victoria University of Wellington, gives us her scientific take on the Star Wars' Death Star.
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