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We had:

Corey Tutt, Founder of DeadlyScience LTD talking about National Science Week that runs on the 15th to the 23rd August 2020. To find online events, virtual experiences and activities you can do in your own home, just google National Science Week.

Dr Janine Mohamed, The Lowitja Institute CEO discussing new research that shows how the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workforce has unique skills that make its members powerful advocates and agents of change in the Australian health system to improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Yarraka Bayles, the mother of bullying victim Quaden talks to Trev about how Quaden is doing after the video of him in distress after he was bullied at school went viral.

Michelle McIntosh, Project Lead of Monash University‘s Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences discussing how Monash University is accelerating the development of novel medicine designed to save women’s lives in child birth.

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