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Catalyst

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Catalyst follows the scientists working to help us prepare for the next big solar event.
We explore the psychology behind the injectable treatments trend and the consequences of pursuing youth and perfection.
This intimate look at the astonishing world of fetal surgery is a story of hope and incredible medicine.
Paul West celebrates the science behind brewing by inviting three teams of novice brewers to create a beer good enough to impress a panel of expert judges.
Join nature journalist Dr Ann Jones on an urban safari through Melbourne to discover the hidden world of the city’s feathery friends.
Mathematician Lily Serna explores the strange world of sensory perception, using magic and illusions to reveal the difference between how we perceive the world, and reality.
Mathematician Lily Serna explores the strange world of sensory perception, using magic and illusions to reveal the difference between how we perceive the world, and reality.
How much could a doctor change your life if they saw how you lived? In this episode, Dr Preeya Alexander meets Anu and Narendra Kulkarni who struggle with chronic pain, type 2 diabetes and anxiety.
How much could a doctor change your life if they saw how you lived? In this episode, Dr Preeya Alexander meets Anu and Narendra Kulkarni who struggle with chronic pain, type 2 diabetes and anxiety.
In episode one, Dr Preeya Alexander heads to Penrith in Western Sydney to spend time with the McClelland family and help them take back control of their health and wellbeing.
In episode one, Dr Preeya Alexander heads to Penrith in Western Sydney to spend time with the McClelland family and help them take back control of their health and wellbeing.
Dr Niraj Lal meets the Australians leading the biggest change to the electricity grid in a century: the rise of renewable energy.
Dr Niraj Lal meets the Australians leading the biggest change to the electricity grid in a century: the rise of renewable energy.
Nature journalist, Dr Ann Jones explores how technology can help protect our wildlife in bold new ways. 
Nature journalist, Dr Ann Jones explores how technology can help protect our wildlife in bold new ways. 
To better understand the benefits and impacts of intermittent fasting diets, dietician Dr Joanna McMillan tracks five Australians over six weeks. 
To better understand the benefits and impacts of intermittent fasting diets, dietician Dr Joanna McMillan tracks five Australians over six weeks. 
Cancer. It’s a diagnosis that we all dread to hear. But with advances in technology and medicine, more people are living better and longer with their disease. 
Cancer. It’s a diagnosis that we all dread to hear. But with advances in technology and medicine, more people are living better and longer with their disease. 
Nature journalist, Dr Ann Jones, meets the scientists who are turning deadly venom into lifesaving drugs.
Nature journalist, Dr Ann Jones, meets the scientists who are turning deadly venom into lifesaving drugs.
In the second of a two-part Mars special, astrophysicist Professor Tamara Davis and astronomer Greg Quicke explore the clues on our blue planet that are inspiring the search for life on the red planet.
In the second of a two-part Mars special, astrophysicist Professor Tamara Davis and astronomer Greg Quicke explore the clues on our blue planet that are inspiring the search for life on the red planet.
In the first of a two-part Mars special, astrophysicist Professor Tamara Davis and astronomer Greg Quicke meet the Australian scientists on a mission to solve the many challenges of putting people on the red planet.
In the first of a two-part Mars special, astrophysicist Professor Tamara Davis and astronomer Greg Quicke meet the Australian scientists on a mission to solve the many challenges of putting people on the red planet.
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