Australian medical research institute, The Burnet Institute has launched, How Science Matters podcast.
The informative podcast will be co-hosted by former ABC Radio journalist Tracy Parish and Burnet institute director and CEO Professor Brendan Crabb AC.
Crabb is also a microbiologist, malaria researcher and will share his knowledge on contagious diseases.
How Science Matters was executively produced by Written & Recorded – from ideation to delivery.
Written & Recorded is headed up by former ABC journalists/producers Serpil Senelmis and James Brandis.
The podcast will also try to answer the burning question: Why is it so hard to crush this global pandemic?
The special 8-part series aims to tackle the global pandemic armed with scientific information. How Science Matters will dig through the science of the coronavirus, and look at how we got here, and what comes next, while featuring an array of interviews with leading scientific thinkers.
Parish said: “Since the pandemic first impacted our lives, making sense of the science has become a daily challenge for all of us.”
Crabb, said: “Science does matter. It’s why we’re not in the dark ages. It’s why we will deal with COVID.”
How Science Matters aims to inform rather than scare listeners.
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