Podcasts

In the Defence Science Australia podcast, you'll hear from DST Group's leading scientists about how our innovative research adds value to the Australian Defence Force.

Episode list

Sweetener
Audio
15 February 2017
Can artificial sweeteners really have negative impact on our health?
Defence reseracher Dr Jie Ding.
Audio
2 December 2016
Could Australian soldiers soon be protected by various types of “fluid” body armour?
Alison Fogarty examines data recorded on Defence Science & Technology Group equipment as part of a heat study being conducted at Australia's main operating air base in the Middle East Region.
Audio
14 November 2016
How are DST scientists keeping our Australian Defence Force personnel safe from the risks associated with extreme heat?
How is Australia helping counter the threat of Improvised Explosive Devices or IEDs in the Middle East?
Audio
6 October 2016
How is Australia helping counter the threat of Improvised Explosive Devices or IEDs in the Middle East?
Can consuming caffeine enhance your physical and cognitive performance?
Audio
4 July 2016
Can caffeine really enhance your physical or cognitive performance?
DST Podcast - Episode 5: The effects of caffeine on health
Audio
18 May 2016
Is the amount of caffeine you consume each day having an impact on your health?
DST Podcast - Episode 4: Digital literacy
Audio
24 March 2016
Can we assume that the junior ranks of military personnel will adapt well to the use of digital technology in training?
Dr Chris Wallbrink
Audio
11 June 2015
How do scientists spot minute fractures in military aircraft, and how can manufacturers mitigate their onset and growth?
Dr Andrew Walters standing in front of DSTO's 'Iron Bird'
Audio
1 August 2014
How can a model plane help protect the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter from interference created by antennas, radar or lightning?
A photograph of the Land Motion Platform
Audio
1 July 2014
How can we test a soldier's ability to perform complex task from within a moving vehicle in an unstable battlefield?