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A/Prof Joe Wolfe explains superheating in microwave ovens on Channel 9‘s “A Current Affair” View movie clip

January, C. Lineweaver, Disney Channel, Studio D, Documentary on Space and the Universe

January 9, C. Lineweaver, “Universal Truths”. The Bulletin (with Newsweek)

January 10, C. Lineweaver, “In the universe does God = 42?”, ABC Radio National broadcasts of Science in the Pub: the best of 2001

January 12, C. Lineweaver, “Fair go: aliens may have a head start of 2 billion years” and
"World Weary? Spare a thought for ET, the universal elder?”, The Sydney Morning Herald

C. Lineweaver, “Why ET thinks we’re bacteria”, The Daily Telegraph (Sydney)

C. Lineweaver, “Earthlings, dolts of the Universe”, The West Australian (Perth)

C. Lineweaver, “Why can’t we have a close encounter”, The Advertiser (Adelaide)

C. Lineweaver, “Not worth talking to”, The Herald Sun (Melbourne)

C. Lineweaver, “Earthlings isolated by ‘generation gap’”, The Northern Territory News

C. Lineweaver, “Aliens staying away because Earth is Universe’s annoying kid brother: scientist”, Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga)

C. Lineweaver, “Earth is too primitive”, Hankyoreh (Korean National newspaper)

January 13, C. Lineweaver, “Terrestrial Tot” by Marcus Chown, New Scientist

January 15, C. Lineweaver, Morning Show with Steve Liebman, Channel 9, Sydney, 5 minute live interview

January 31, R. Clark, “Back in the Race with a Magnificent First Step”, The Australian

February 4, R. McKinnon and M. Murphy, “Our dream for the nation”, The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney)

February 5, M.Y. Simmons, “IT Researchers Think Small to Hit the Big Time”, Sydney Morning Herald

Centre for Quantum Computer Technology, “Australia’s Leap of Faith”, Sydney Morning Herald

February 6, Centre for Quantum Computer Technology, “Australia’s Leap of Faith”, The Age

February 14, R. Clark, interview for Community Radio

February 22, R. Clark, panel discussion, ABC Nightline

C. Lineweaver, “Newton article on Black Holes”, East Side Radio Talking Science interview

March M. Kuchiev and V. V. Flambaum, “Energy Gain from Brain Drain”, Australian Science

March 15, C. Lineweaver, “Stars’ metal content may be clue to life”, UPI Science News

March 26, W. Couch, “Scientists in leading roles get their Oscars”, The Sydney Morning Herald

March 27, J. Wolfe, “Microwave ovens: the hidden dangers”, A Current Affair, Channel 9

March 29, Antarctic Group, “Race is on to win Australian funding for big science projects”, Nature

May M. Ashley, M.Burton, J. Storey, “Deep freeze favours search for origins of Universe”, Australasian Science

May 1, Centre for Quantum Computer Technology, “Engineering with Nature’s building blocks”, Civil Engineers Australia

May 10, M.Y. Simmons, “Aftershock” program on nanotechnology, ABC TV

May 22, H. Hora, “UNSW-Ehrendoktorwürde für deutschen Wissenschaftler”, Die Woche in Australien

June 4, R. Clark, “Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications – Quantum Computer Technology”, UNSW Engineers

June 6, R. Clark, “Scientists win Academy Awards”, Uniken: UNSW Community magazine

June 16-17, M. Hulbert, “Sky lights as Mars comes a-calling”, Sydney Morning Herald

June 23, J. Storey, “My science project”, Sydney Morning Herald

June 26, C. Lineweaver, “The age distribution of terrestrial planets”, German public radio interview

W. Couch, J. Storey, “Australian telescope in Antarctica to assist NASA”, ABC Online

July 10, J. Rathborne, J. Storey, “Antarctic astronomy”, ABC radio interview

July 13, C. Lineweaver, “Aliens, Mars and Spacetravel”, Disney Channel, Studio D

C. Lineweaver, “Are we alone?”, Disney Channel, Studio D

August 9, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “A constant that isn’t constant”, Physical Review Focus

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Inconstant constant?”, Nature

August 14, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Fundamental constant swells”, Nature

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “When is a constant not a constant?”,IoP Physics Web

August 15, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Speed of light—not so constant?”, ABC (Australia) Lateline

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Light may have slowed down”, New Scientist

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “As it happens: Cosmic laws”, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Speed of light, other constants may change”, SPACE.com

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum “Speed of light may not have been constant after all”, USA Today

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Keck telescope reveals an inconsistent constant”, Scientific American

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Cosmic laws like speed of light might be changing, a study finds”, New York Times

August 16, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Electric shock for world of physics”, Sydney Morning Herald

August 18, J. O’Brien, “Positioned atoms advance quantum chips”, TRN Magazine

August 19, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Suddenly, the cosmos becomes more fickle”, New York Times

August 20, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Challenge to a ‘constant’ shakes modern physics”, Washington Post

August 23, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Flickering light raises possibility of changing ‘constant’”, Nature

August 24, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Rewriting physics”, NPR: All Things Considered

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Astronomy and astrophysics update”, NPR: Science Friday

August 27, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “New physics from ancient quasars?”, Sky & Telescope

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Laws of physics”, “NPR: Diane Rehm Show

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “As constant as the stars?”, Philadelphia Inquirer

August 29, Centre for Quantum Computer Technology, “Australian Computer Revolution”, Daily Telegraph

August 30, C. Lineweaver, press conference interview for Finnish radio and newspaper at the COSMO’01 conference on particle physics and cosmology held in Rovaniemi, Finland.

September, Antarctic Group, “Astronomy in Antarctica”, Lab News

September 1, J. O’Brien, “The power of love and quantum computers”, Uniken: UNSW Community magazine

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “When a constant is not a constant”, Physics World

September 8, J. O’Brien, “Line ‘Em Up. If you want to build a Quantum Computer, this could be where to start”, New Scientist

September 25, R. Clark, “Brain gain: six of the best lured home”, The Australian

R. Clark, “Quantum Race Heats Up”, The Australian IT

September 27, R. Clark, “Power in a chip”, Herald Sun

October 1, Centre for Quantum Computer Technology, “Quantum revolution closer”, Uniken, UNSW community magazine

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Les 4 forces de la nature camboulées”, Sciences et Avenir

J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Fine structure constant, speed of light varied with time”, Photonics Technology News

October 2, Centre for Quantum Computer Technology, “Chips drive supercomputing’s charge”, The Australian

October 6, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Constant changes”, Science News

October 9, R. Clark, “Quantum leap for UNSW”, Southern Courier

October 13, A. Hamilton, Interview for “The Buzz”, UNSW’s new Nanotechnology Degree Program, ABC Radio National

October 18, C. Lineweaver, “Are we alone?”, ABC, Catalyst

October 21, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Das Rätsel der Naturkonstanten”, Frankfurter Allgemeine

November 1, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “Alpha change: has a fundamental constant varied over the aeons?”, Scientific American

R. Clark, “Top Research Awards”, Uniken, UNSW Community magazine

November 11, J. O’Brien, interview for the award received, ABC Science Media Fellowship 2001 at ABC Sydney

November 13, J. Webb, M. Murphy, V.V. Flambaum, “The Universe, Newton: it’s not as we know it”, ABC News in Science

19 November, M. Ashley, “Leonid meteor shower”, ABC Radio 2CN interview with Keri Phillips

27 November, R. Clark, “Betting on the future of chips”, The Australian IT

1 December, R Clark, "Quantum Computing Breakthrough”, UNSW Research

25 December, M. Hunt, “Australian astronomer spends Christmas Day working at La Silla, Chile”, The Australian

29 December, C. Lineweaver, “Cosmology and the theory of everything”, Channel 31, Sydney

 
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