A short video about my research using artificial intelligence and small satellites to monitor sea ice from space.
Want to go to space? Small satellites and “rideshare” rocket launches are putting space within reach of private companies, universities, and even do-it-yourself hobbyists.
Scientists are still not sure what puts the “curl” in curling.
Ahh, summer at the beach! The sun on your face, sand between your toes, an ice cream in your hand. For scientists young and old, a trip to the beach is also a perfect opportunity to explore the peculiar properties of some fascinating fluids.
Interview for BBC News segment on a surfboard discovered 2,700 km away from where it was lost.
The grisly discovery in February of a disembodied foot on a New South Wales beach was a tragic twist in the mystery of missing Sydney woman Melissa Caddick. But how did her remains wash up on a remote beach 400 kilometres away?
Interview for new documentary series on National Geographic.
As summer temperatures soar, we flock to the ocean to splash, swim, surf, paddle, and plunge in the waves. But where do those waves come from? How do they form, and why do they break? As it turns out, what we see at the shore is just the last few moments of an epic journey.
Interview with Fran Kelly on RN Breakfast.
The headlines in recent months read like an international eco-thriller. At Mauna Loa Observatory, perched high on a Hawaiian volcano, researchers measure unusual levels of CFC-11 in the atmosphere. But the identity of the environmental super-villain remains a mystery.