Music. Performance. Intelligence. Perception. Giftedness. Psychology. Colours. Synestetes. Virtual reality.
Very future thinking Solange Glasser and Ben Loveridge showcase the power of creativity and collaborative research to find new ways to help us communicate in the online space.
Paleomagnetist Agathe Lise-Provonost and Spatial information-infrastructure-engineer Martin Tomko uncover hidden secrets of our rich Aboriginal history in Budj Bim, Victoria. Their research is changing the narrative of Australian history, and their conviction is infectious!
Have a look at what we have been busy investigating, coding, building, extracting, and launching!
We share our love for all things curious with other kids in our community
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In 2013, the really really nice folks at the Australian Synchrotron invited the LabRats to set up our lair at their NCSS Building where world class researchers work to better our world. Aren't we lucky??
Row, row, row your boat...Resident engineer Pierre Asselin takes us through our paces on buoyancy and displacement so that we can build our own boats. Then SHIPBUILDER extraordinaire Mark Jones inspires us with ships he builds for the Australian Navy. We met a shipbuilder!
Find out how we got started and why we are passionate about what we do
April 2021: LabRats@Mt Rothwell Biodiversity Institute
April 2021: LabRats@Jock Marshall Reserve, Monash University
Thank you Landcare for these adventures!! Our heartfelt thanks also to Jade Barbuto (Monash U) & Jess Lazarus (Healthy Bay, Healthy Rivers) for the inspiring freshwater science experience.
Our chance to play-it-forward: The LabRats at the biennial Australian Synchrotron Open Day 2017 & 2019 where we shared our love for all things curious with thousands of people!
Awesome researchers who bring us on all sorts of adventures!
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