It’s Halloween on the #ScienceInside!
We look at what’s behind the ‘killer clown’ trend.
Kelsey Larson, a research assistant at Innovations for Poverty Action tells us why children flock to one researcher’s house every year to be studied.
We take you into a rare collection of costumes at the State Theatre’s and find out from social psychologist Ruth Liprini whether you act differently if you dress differently.
It’s all zombies and severed hands on our weekly tech bite.
In our last story you’ll find out exactly why we’re scared of certain things with clinical psychologist Bridget Westwood-Chetty and Letlhogonolo Moroke.
The Science Inside is presented by Elna Schütz and DJ Keyez.Our production team is Matthew Law,Tiisetso Makate, Boniswa Khumalo and Michael Venter, with technical production by Kutlwano Serame.
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