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Indigenous knowledge explored in new university science unit


Indigenous and non-indigenous scholars at Melbourne’s Monash University are spearheading a new program which teaches science through Indigenous knowledge and wisdom. 

Reporter Wing Kuang spoke to Dr. Angela Ziebell from Monash’s School of Chemistry and Kamilaroi woman and astrophysics student Krystal De Napoli for more information on the new unit, how it is being received and what they hope becomes of it.


Krystal De Napoli, student undertaking astrophysics at Monash University
Dr. Angela Ziebell, School of Chemistry at Monash University


Wing Kuang

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