Marine biologist Ben Diggles describes the role oysters play in the ecosystem, and outlines the citizen scientist program that supplies kits to Bribie Island residents, who grow oysters repopulate habitats.
The University of Melbourne's Claire Farrell reveals the kind of plants that are perfect to green roof gardens, helping reduce stormwater runoff in urban environments.
Flinders University's Stuart Wildy and Curtis Merrett reveal their prototype for the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, describing the process of designing a solar-powered car, and testing out the technologies on a modified golf cart.
Junior scientists Archie and Alex demonstrate how to make clouds, using a plastic bottle, pump, poster putty, methylated spirits and a funnel (with the help of an adult), and explain how clouds are formed naturally.
The University of Adelaide's Jennifer Gardner and Marian McDuie explain how they developed software to measure how much trees contribute to the environment, improving air quality, removing carbon from the atmosphere, and reducing soil erosion.
Glenn Docherty and Luke Johnston reveal two of the waste management technologies being trialled in Playford, with sensors reporting rubbish levels to council and a Clean Cube that compacts waste.
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