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Title Catalyst: Honey Bee Brains and Lavender/Tassie Fires
Published Australia : ABC, 2016
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Summary Honey bee brains and the effect of lavender - new Australian research reveals that the smell of lavender can help bees make new memories and even change their DNA. Could it do the same for humans? And, Tassie fires - 1000-year-old World Heritage forests face irreversible loss. Conditions are so dry that the soil itself is burning. Is this what climate change looks like?
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2016-04-05 at 20:00:00
Notes Classification: G
Subject Brain -- Research.
Forest fires -- Prevention and control.
Honeybee -- Physiology.
Old growth forest conservation.
World Heritage areas.
Form Streaming video
Author Horstman, Mark, reporter
Phillips, Graham, reporter
Black, Paul, contributor
Bowman, David, contributor
Claudianos, Charles, contributor
Kwan, William, contributor
Law, Geoff, contributor
Styger, Jen, contributor