Posts by Emily Lehmann
Tracing wine to vine: meet our researcher Ellyse Bunney
Ellyse Bunney is developing world-leading techniques to trace Australian wine back to its origin.
Meet Nina Welti: tracing our food supply chains
Nina Welti is on a mission to show the world where our food comes from. She is making a difference to our consumer knowledge and food production.
What mining means to Australians: a national survey
A new national survey of 8,020 citizens reveals what mining means to Australians. While most Australians accept mining and think it makes an important contribution to our economy, they hold low levels of trust in in the industry and don’t feel they have a voice in shaping the industry’s practices.
Exploration needs to get smart if we’re to remain a leading gold producer
It’s a bleak outlook for the future of Australian gold production and revenue unless we rapidly innovate the exploration sector to improve discovery rates.
Exploration: Towards building an accurate picture of the deep earth
New Deep Earth Imaging research aims to enable the exploration industry to 'see' and unlock the earth's deep mineral, energy and water resources.
A stellar 3D movie of a rare meteorite
Our 3D imaging and characterisation technology has been used to build a complete picture of a newly-discovered meteorite - that's older than the Earth - in the South Australian outback.
Flaxseed: the superfood turned superbug fighter
Australian start-up Kayban has developed a world-first anti-microbial healthcare range that uses flaxseed instead of ethanol to help fight infection.
Harvesting sunlight to make valuable green products
Solar offers clean, renewable energy, but not just for powering our residential homes. Sunlight could be harvested to make more eco-friendly products.