TB Day and CSIRO Vacations
Kate Barnard speaks to students in the CSIRO Vacation Scholarship Program,
Victoria Bond talks about World Tuberculosis Day,
Ian Woolf interviews Professor Geoff Smith about the importance of Nanophotonics to environmental energy flows,
Presented and produced by Ian Woolf
Bryan Huang (pics at http://www.scienceimage.csiro.au/mediarelease/mr11-08.html):
Follow that blimp! Bryan Huang has built a doughnut shaped blimp to guide people from reception to meeting rooms in the CSIRO building in Pullenvale, Queensland. Check out this YouTube video to see how it works.
Nice to tweet you! Cassie Hill has been working on finding communities within groups of Twitter users.
Tarek Elgindy is working on a computer program that automatically analyses mammogram images to classify breast density; women with higher density breasts are at a higher risk of breast cancer and are also more prone to misdiagnosis.
Some of the Sydney-based CSIRO vacation students can’t contain their enthusiasm for all things technological, astronomical and mathematical
March 21, 2011