Rhett Glanville shows how Bickford's cordial and juices are bottled in a factory, stored and tested for sugar content and acidity.
Sam Tucker demonstrates how quinoa crackers are made at Tucker's Natural factory, from the raw ingredients right through to packaging the product.
Duane Strauss meets aircraft engineering students and their instructors and learns about careers in avionics.
Nothing beats chomping into some fresh produce! But getting food that's truly fresh can be tricky. Luckily Sandra Olivier and Kai Knoerzer from the CSIRO have developed a new way to keep your food fresh for longer!
Dusting for fingerprints is an essential part to any crime scene investigation. But those fingerprints can sometimes be hard to find. Not to fear; Dr Kang Liang and Dr JJ Richardson have developed a new technique that makes fingerprints glow!
Join junior scientist Michelle as she explores the science behind papier mache while creating her very own pinata.
Australia produces more cotton each year than anywhere else in the world; 600, 000 tones! But how does it get from the fields to the clothes on your back As Mark Freijah from the CSIRO explains it's a little more complicated than you might think!
Imagine if the deadliest venoms in the world could be used to cure some of the most fatal diseases! Well, thanks to Dr Maria Ikonomopoulou from QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute that could soon become a reality!
Cancer cells are really small; like microscopically small! So how do you get a good look inside one Virtually of course. Professor Rob Parton from the University of Queensland explains how he's able to explore these medical wonders in 3D virtual reality.
Frisbees are amazingly fun to toss around! But as junior scientist Harry explains the aerodynamics that help it fly, can be just as interesting!
With over 500 km of track and more than 400 trams, Melbourne's tram network is one of the largest in the world! But, as Leigh Camilleri and Laurent Herisson from Bombardier Transport explain, it all starts in the factory where they're built!
To build anything you need a strong foundation, and in order to build a strong foundation you need a rolling dynamic compactor. Professor Mark Jaksa from the University of Adelaide has been experimenting with these complex contraptions to figure out how to best use this vital tool.
Student creates a drone that can be computerized with software and hardware. The uses of the drones are diverse and the new models can fly for a long time.
Dingos are one of Australia's most iconic native species, but what they get up to when we're not around still remains a mystery. That is until now! Jack Tatler from the University of Adelaide has been using specialised collars to learn all about the secret lives of dingos!
Leela Varghese visits a bakery to see cakes and cupcakes being decorated with icing.
Costume designer Belinda Zanello demonstrates how she designs and makes outfits for actors and shares some tips for getting into the industry.
Lava lamps demonstrate density of liquids using just coloured vegetable oil and water. The liquids do not mix so, with the addition of salt, it looks like a bubble that continues to change.
Learn how parachutes use surface tension and drag to get people safely and slowly to ground.
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