• Events 2011
    Posted in: 2011

    Sixteen young scientists have been selected from around the country for Fresh Science – a boot camp in science communication. This year’s science includes: Bandages that change colour, planets that orbit backwards, ‘suicide’ genes for treating blood cancers, when your grandparents will start falling over and more. To find out where you can meet this […]

  • Fresh Science at the Duke of Kent
    Posted in: 2011, Uncategorized

    Join us to hear the latest science from 11 of Australia’s most innovative young scientists as they talk about their discoveries over a drink at a pub in Melbourne on Monday night, 6 June. Science performer Andrea Horvath (3RRR’s Dr Andi) will challenge them to describe their work in less than a minute, in rhyme, […]

  • Free school forums at Melbourne Museum and in regional Victoria
    Posted in: 2011

    In June, school forums are being held as part of Fresh Science 2011: Hear award-winning young scientists from across Australia talk about their latest discoveries. Last year’s science included: Measuring sea ice from helicopters, printing your own TV, capturing CO2 with cling wrap, using fertiliser to fight weeds, how black holes eat, electric plastic and […]

  • Fresh Science 2011 Nominations now closed
    Posted in: 2011

    Nominations closed 5pm Wednesday 30 March 2011. We’re trying to identify the best research produced in the past year or so by early-career scientists, for Fresh Science and AMP’s ‘Tech on Tap’. Fresh Science serves as a communication boot camp for early-career researchers – getting their stories out to local, national and international media, and […]