Bubbles for your beer, out of thin air!
Have you ever wondered where the bubbles in your beer came from, and whether it would be possible to re-energise your beer? We may have a futuristic solution to flat beer!
Why there’s more greenhouse gas in the atmosphere than you may have realised
This week brought news that atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO₂) levels at the Mauna Loa atmospheric observatory in Hawaii have risen steeply for the seventh year in a row, reaching a May 2019 average of 414.7 parts per million (ppm). But in truth, the amount of greenhouse gas in our atmosphere is higher still.
How is atmospheric CO2 measured in the Southern Hemisphere?
By Paul Fraser, Stream Leader, Changing Atmosphere. Last week the greenhouse gas monitoring site at Mauna Loa in Hawaii recorded […]
Carbon, chocolate and 3D printing
By Sherrie Wilson Our scientists in Western Australia are busy developing technology that could significantly reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. […]
Crystal discovery leads to Tall Poppy win
Our mathematician, Dr Aaron Thornton, was named a 2012 Victorian Young Tall Poppy last night, awarded for his research into […]