Excited to be in Adelaide in 2019 for my first Fringe! Doing seven shows in six days, all at the Rob Roy Hotel, 106 Halifax St South Adelaide. Tuesday 12th March: Physics in the Pub (booked out) Wednesday 13 March - Solo Show The Most Amazing Planet in the Universe - an Astronomer's Ode to Earth … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe shows!
First published on Cosmos Magazine site, 25/9/18 An experiment with a cloud of ultracold atoms squashed into a quantum pancake has revealed never-before seen quantum effects that could lead to more efficient electronics, including high temperature superconductors. A team at Swinburne University in Australia observed a quantum anomaly in lithium-6 gas cooled to a few … Continue reading Quantum pancake reveals clues to better electronics
Quite stoked to be on the cover of this little publication... \The original article is here https://cosmosmagazine.com/physics/coming-clean-the-physics-of-doing-the-laundry https://www.newsouthbooks.com.au/books/best-australian-science-writing-2018/
The amazing Dr Kiara Bruggeman gets all Dr Seuss with her rhyme about her PhD research to develop a bandaid for the brain. Previously she won FameLab people's choice award with this piece. https://youtu.be/mZ-bmN7RMc0 Filmed at Health and Medical in the Pub at Smiths Alternative in Canberra. Supported by National Science Week ACT, ANU … Continue reading Would you let me put drugs in your brain?
Nanoscience could be the key to repairing injuries or diseases in the brain, says Dr Vini Gautam in her amazing talk as part of Science in the Pub Canberra. https://youtu.be/NblANNY9eQQ
Professor Rod Boswell from ANU shows off a nanosatellite and explains how they are revolutionising the space industry. https://youtu.be/jfPAGWG34cc
Seems physicists are inventing particles faster'n I can write about em. Who ever knew you could call a twisted magnetic field a particle? First published here: http://www.research.a-star.edu.sg/research/7691/a-new-spin-on-data-storage, 8 May 2017. -- Study into spirals of magnetic spin showcases potential of layered materials for future data storage Tiny spirals of magnetism called skyrmions could be used as … Continue reading A new spin on data storage