Science Bytes is a podcast about supercomputing, data science and the people making it all happen.

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Science Bytes brings you researchers talking about their careers, their scientific research, what excites them about the work they do, and how supercomputing and data technologies help them make scientific discoveries.


1. Atmospheric chemistry in Australia

With Associate Professor Jenny Fisher, Researcher from The Centre for Atmospheric Chemistry at University of Wollongong.

2. Analysing human genomes

With Dr. Hasindu Gamaarachchi, Genomics Computing Research Scientist from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research.

3. Studying millions of objects in the universe

With Dr. Brad Tucker, Astronomer from the Mount Stromlo Observatory at The Australian National University.

4. Aviation meteorology for safer flights

With Christal Xie, an Aviation Meteorology Specialist from The University of Melbourne and the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes.

5. Computational chemistry for sustainability

With Dr. Martina Lessio, Scientia Lecturer in the School of Chemistry at The University of New South Wales.

6. Authentic Data Science education for real impact

With Dr. Linda McIver, founder of the Australian Data Science Education Institute, and passionate educator, researcher and advocate for STEM equity. and inclusion.

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