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Title Quantum. Series 2, Episode 5 / produced by Geoffrey Burchfield, Richard Corfield, Paul Costello and Naomi Lumsdaine
Published Sydney, New South Wales : ABC Commercial, 2000


Description 1 online resource (25 min.)
Series VAST: academic video online
Summary The latest developments in health, medicine, environmental issues, space and technology feature in this exciting and thought-provoking package of science stories. This episode looks at the recent discovery that honey is both powerfully antibacterial and hastens healing and that the honey from a native tree on the NSW coast could be the most potent of them all; the race to save Gilbert's Potoroos, a very rare marsupial previously thought to be extinct; Dr Brian Cooke who was among the first to realise the true potential of rabbit calicivirus as a biological weapon, and was instrumental in its trialing in South Australia; the Swinburne Centre for Ultrafast Laser Spectroscopy who are using lasers as the worlds fastest camera and most powerful microscope to watch molecules at work; and research into why our memories get worse as we age
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed July 10, 2014)
This edition in English
Subject Honey -- Health aspects
Memory -- Research
Wildlife conservation.
Memory -- Research
Wildlife conservation
Genre/Form documentary film.
Documentary films
Documentary films.
Form Streaming video
Author Burchfield, Geoffrey.
Burchfield, Geoffrey.
Corfield, Richard.
Costello, Paul.
Dayton, Leigh.
Lumsdaine, Naomi.
Spencer, Adam.
Willis, Paul.