Taphonomy: CSI circa 20000BC
When My Arduino Grows Up: Up Close and Personal with an Aerosonde Drone
Jonathan de Booy
Synchrotron Science and Emission Spectra
Physics in Motion
Water Quality and Algal Blooms
Fixing a Broken Heart
Circuits, Coding, and An Arduino Board: Making a Sonar
Smaller Than Nano
Bang, Crash, Boom!
(Volcanology and Geology)
Patricia Vickers-Rich The Ediacaran World (Paleontology)
Under the Sea
Victorian Institute of Forensic Science
Making Sustainability Count
The Story Behind the Science
Life in the Womb
Bob Wong & Marcus Michelangeli
The Hearing Brain
Travels of a Bedu:
Inspiring Generations of Thinkers
Cyanide and Cassava
Out of This World: Observing the Universe
A Million Times Brighter Than The Sun
The Unseen World
The Art of Science
Monash University / DiveSCI!
How to Get Away With Murder: Forensic Science
Big Data and Visualisation
Aye, Aye, Bionic Eye
Great Crises in the History of Life
LabRats Investigate The Great Outdoors
How Many Fishes in the Deep Blue Sea?
Communicating with Aliens
Back in the Belly of the Synchrotron Beast: Synchrotron Science
The Rain Maker: Cloud Seeding
Stomachaches and Helicobacter pylori
Knock Knock, Who's Out There?
Fighting Cancer in the Lab: Synthetic Biology and Cancer Vaccines
Becoming a Paleotologist
Chocolate at the Synchrotron
Computing and Robotics
Life Through the Eyes of Bees
What sets the PrimeSCI!-CETEC LabRats science club apart is our long-standing relationship with researchers who act as scientist mentors.
Researchers are selected for their research topic, scientific passion, and desire to communicate with younger minds.
We show that scientists come in all shapes and sizes, genders and backgrounds. Meeting real scientists working in vastly different areas of science provide tangible role models for the LabRats with their varied interests.
If you are THAT researcher and would like to participate as our Superstar Scientist, we would love to hear from you. Please contact Gemma Reid at email@example.com
Plastic Soup: Investigating Plastics In the Port Philip Bay
Monash University / FlySCI!
Trees and Climate Change
Graphene: The Next Big
What Happened to
Two Men and A Toad: Cane Toads in Australia
The Great Solar Battery Challenge
Everybody Dance Now!
Geophysics And The Flying Scientist
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