Ep 12. Ants, ants and more ants with Ravindra Palavalli Nettimi

Doing a PhD can be a life changing experience. For Ravindra Palavalli Nettimi pursuing a PhD has meant travelling across the globe and challenging himself to expand and grow as a person. In an interview with in situ Science Ravindra takes us through how the evolution of ant colonies have uncovered some remarkable solutions to some problems humans now face in our large interconnected societies. … Continue reading Ep 12. Ants, ants and more ants with Ravindra Palavalli Nettimi

Ep 10. Plants, Panama disease and fishing for mould with Ed Liew

The food we eat, the air we breathe, and the buildings we live in, are all provided to us by plants. It is the job of natural resource managers to ensure that the plants in our natural and agricultural landscapes are in good health. Ed Liew is the manager of plant pathology at the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney and specialises in understanding how threats such … Continue reading Ep 10. Plants, Panama disease and fishing for mould with Ed Liew

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in situ Science aims to integrate high quality science communication with current scientific research. By showcasing the stories, discoveries and journeys of Australian scientists we hope to inspire in others a passion for discovery and exploration. Check back here for updates as in situ Science grows. For further information or to get involved contact us here – info@insituscience.com. Continue reading Welcome to in situ Science