Posts by Tilly Brooks
Science quiz: June-know all the answers?
It's time to come out of hibernation, catch up on your reading, and get your science quiz on. Bye June, let's do this!
Something in the water: tracking COVID-19 with every flush
Our scientists are working on a silent but effective stalking operation tracking COVID-19. It involves wading through our waste water.
Smooth sailing: fire-resistant cladding for ships, ahoy!
We helped a Tasmanian-based manufacturer create a new and improved fire-resistant cladding for ships to keep you fire-safe on land, and at sea.
COVID-19 sparks a clean energy experiment
Have you been shocked by higher energy bills since the COVID-19 lockdown began? We've all been part of an unplanned energy experiment.
3D-printed artery stent keeps blood flowing
There are lots of things you can achieve through 3D printing. But who would have thought life-saving 3D printed artery stents could be one of them?
Outbreak ready: working to prevent human and animal disease
Our scientists continue their important work safeguarding human and animal health from disease, while we strive for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Throwback Thursday: our ocean exploration glow ups
Ocean technology is helping us to answer the question of ‘what exactly is out there?’ And shine a light on unexplored ecosystems and species. But how did we arrive here?
We dive, dive, dive below the surface of submarine repair
When the navy have to repair a submarine they need to take them out of water and out of action. Our cold spray technology could help reduce this downtime.
May science quiz: what’s the buzz?
You May-bee the king or queen-bee of science knowledge in your house, but can you hold your own in our May science quiz? Buzz-inga!
AI relieves data drought for farmers
Farms of the future will not just need tech, but also intelligence. A new one-click rural property report pulls together data on every rural property in Australia. Backed by science.
What’s in a name? Not all sharks are the same
With more than 500 shark species globally, new research suggests using shark species names could help manage shark conservation.