Tag Archive: Science communication

Edible Shoe

This project, ‘Edible Shoe’, is taking shape in Taiwan. A mix of Australian and Taiwanese culture.  Please message us if you are interesting in participating. NCKU Techno Art 國立成功大學 科技藝術碩士學位學程 NCKU ICID 國立成功大學 創意產業設計研究所Eleanor… Continue reading

ReBlog:CERN just dropped 300 TB of Large Hadron Collider data free online – ScienceAlert

Article: CERN just dropped 300 TB of Large Hadron Collider data free online Happy particle hunting. TODD JAQUITH, FUTURISM 26 APR 2016 Check out Source: CERN just dropped 300 TB of Large Hadron… Continue reading

Reblog: Virtual Reality Is About to Meet Experimental Fine Dining | The Creators Project

Heston Blumenthal and Marshmallow Laser Feast are to combine puppeteers, tracking technology, and real-time motion capture for some multisensory, mixed-reality cuisine. Check out Source: Virtual Reality Is About to Meet Experimental Fine Dining… Continue reading

ScienceNetwork WA: Merging art with science

  ScienceNetwork WA Dr Gates-Stuart is now Scitech’s 2016 artist in residence, during which she will offer a mesmerising installation that invites participants to ponder the mineral riches in WA’s Super Pit.  Through… Continue reading

BT News: Stephen Hawking launches medal for science communication – BT

Professor Stephen Hawking has revealed a new award for artistic feats that communicate the world of science – whether it is a groundbreaking article or a picture. Check out Source: Stephen Hawking launches… Continue reading

Well done CSIRO: Pears, Pluto and 3D printed ribs: our prized posts for 2015 – CSIRO blog

Well done CSIRO: It’s been a busy year for CSIRO. Here’s ten of our favourite ‘jaw droppers’. Check out Source: Pears, Pluto and 3D printed ribs: our prized posts for 2015 – CSIRO… Continue reading

Amazing: Rat brain atlas: Australian professors’ map of rodent brain now among most-cited neurological texts – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

A detailed map of a rat’s brain developed by two Australian professors becomes the go-to tool for neurological research. Look-up Source: Rat brain atlas: Australian professors’ map of rodent brain now among most-cited… Continue reading

Scitech Perth, Western Australia

        Visiting Scitech as part of my research for the residency 2016. Met this ‘guy’  Fantastic place Source: Scitech Perth, Western Australia