SCI004: Australian scientists are on the forefront of developing new treatments for those suffering from COVID-19, and Caroline, Lindsay, and Lino discuss how they could reduce the severity of the disease. Plus the Super Blood Moon eclipse and a Japanese lunar ball rover.
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Links for this episode:
- Queensland scientists develop peptide-based drugs that could reduce severity of COVID-19 – ABC News
- QLD scientists develop world-first antiviral treatment in COVID breakthrough
- Super blood moon: Check out these photos of the lunar eclipse lighting up skies in Australia and Asia – ABC News
- Japan will send a transforming robot ball to the moon to test lunar rover tech | Space
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