The 2009 Freshies are… Craig Priest, University of South Australia- From separating blood to separating copper Evan Kidd, La Trobe University- Imaginary friends, real benefits Alex James, University of New South Wales- Bilbies bring new life to desert dunes Sophie Bestley, CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research- Dinner for tuna: tracking tuna dining habits across the Indian […]
What’s fresh in science this year? Cold tuna tummies, imaging whiplash, aerodynamic octopusies, owl forensics, return of the bilby, volcanic extinctions, imaginary friends, life in fools gold and under the ice, defogging the universe, woolly sunscreen and more… Meet top young scientists as they reveal their latest research and discoveries. They will be talking down […]
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