Not all scientists are smashing particles, discovering new chemicals or exploring exotic environments. Some scientists test the humble toilet.
They’re priceless to the athletes that invest years of hard training and personal sacrifice, and can attract millions of dollars in sponsorship money. But what is an Olympic gold medal actually worth?
In a collaboration with the Synchrotron, we used our powerful Maia analysis system to reveal the hidden painting beneath Degas’ Portrait of a Woman.
We worked with Monash University Design students to test out our printed solar films – and their designs were out of this world!
We’re looking at ways in which the world can maintain economic growth while reducing its primary material use – ending the pattern that has driven world economic growth over the past four-and-a-half decades.
Our MagSonic technology produces magnesium metal at the speed of sound. Not only is it fast, the process also consumes 80% less energy and produces 60% less carbon dioxide emissions than traditional methods.
Helium is the second most abundant element in the universe, but what would happen if it ran out?
The number of dogs dying in Australia from snake bites is set to reduce significantly thanks to a new anti-venom developed by our scientists and a local Australian company.
It’s not a question of sparkling or still, but rather how minerals dissolved in water can reveal hidden ore deposits.