FameLab

FameLab

FameLab is the world’s leading science communication competition. It aims to find, develop and mentor young science and engineering communicators. The result is a celebrated alumnus of young scientists and engineers able to get everyone ‘talking science’ in the media-intensive environment in which we live. A partnership established with the British Council in 2007 saw the competition go global, with more than 5,000 young scientists and engineers participating in over 25 different countries… with new countries taking part each year! 


Australia’s Science Channel is proud to be the official media partner for Famelab Australia 2018.


The national final took place on Thursday 10 May at the Octagon Theatre, Perth.


Find out more about FameLab: www.britishcouncil.org.au/famelab


Videos

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Vanessa Pirotta - Using drones to collect whale snot (FameLab Australia 2018 Winner)
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Toby Hendy - Poking Plants (FameLab Australia 2018 Runner-Up)
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Muthu Vignesh Vellayappan - Groovy Patches (FameLab Australia 2018 Audience Choice)
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Taryn Laubenstein - The Tail of Two Fishes
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Richard Charlesworth - Coeliac disease diagnosis can be a pain in the posterior
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Pegah Maasoumi - Solar Windows
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James Wong - Breathing while you hop: How do kangaroos do it?
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Ben McAllister - The ORGAN Experiment: Shining a light on dark matter
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Mortaza Rezae - Empowering beautiful minds
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Zane Stromberga - Can allergy drugs beat bladder disease?
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FameLab Australia Semi-Final Highlights
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FameLab 2018 - Get Involved!
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Nural Cokcetin - How FameLab changed my life
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Erinn Fagan-Jeffries - How FameLab changed my life
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Noushin Nasiri - How FameLab changed my life
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Ronald Yu - How FameLab changed my life
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Alan Duffy's Top 5 Science Communication Tips
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A Judge's Top Tips for FameLab Australia

Articles

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Enter the FameLab Science Communication Competition
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News / Events

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Enter the FameLab Science Communication Competition
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Pegah Maasoumi - Solar Windows
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FameLab Australia Semi-Final Highlights
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FameLab 2018 - Get Involved!
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Nural Cokcetin - How FameLab changed my life
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Erinn Fagan-Jeffries - How FameLab changed my life
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Noushin Nasiri - How FameLab changed my life
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Ronald Yu - How FameLab changed my life
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Alan Duffy's Top 5 Science Communication Tips
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A Judge's Top Tips for FameLab Australia

Our Planet

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Vanessa Pirotta - Using drones to collect whale snot (FameLab Australia 2018 Winner)
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Toby Hendy - Poking Plants (FameLab Australia 2018 Runner-Up)
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Taryn Laubenstein - The Tail of Two Fishes
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James Wong - Breathing while you hop: How do kangaroos do it?

The Body

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Muthu Vignesh Vellayappan - Groovy Patches (FameLab Australia 2018 Audience Choice)
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Richard Charlesworth - Coeliac disease diagnosis can be a pain in the posterior
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Mortaza Rezae - Empowering beautiful minds
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Zane Stromberga - Can allergy drugs beat bladder disease?

Space

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Ben McAllister - The ORGAN Experiment: Shining a light on dark matter