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#The Science Inside: Dreaming of cricket

[LISTEN] Here’s a bit of science that just might help SA’s cricketers at the next World Cup. Lucid dreaming can help you with your batting. That’s according to Dr Karine Scheuermaier of the Wits University Sleep Clinic, in a recent episode of The Science Inside Radio Show.

Also on the show is Michael Stevens from Jumping Kids and Mariette Conning from the CSIR, about how to build a prosthetic limb for a child cricket star. The show ends with a quick chat with Chris Bryant from Kookaburra Sports about cricket gear

https://soundcloud.com/witsradioacademy/the-science-inside-002-cricket-world-cup-full-show

 

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