August 13, 2022
ACCESS-NRI, the Department of Education and other 26 NCRIS facilities are celebrating National Science Week through a series of 1-minute videos showcasing the diverse ways in which national research infrastructures enable exciting, multidisciplinary research in Australia.
National Science Week is a National celebration of science, engineering, mathematics, technology, and innovation. This year, National Science Week is Celebrating First Nations Sciences of the Land.
The #60sec4science Project was launched on Monday 15 August from the Department of Education’s Twitter account, followed by 27 projects showing how, using the resources provided by the NCRIS projects, researchers are working to understand asteroids, develop artificial intelligence, improve health or as in the case of ACCESS-NRI, simulate past and future climate and weather variability.
Tell me what is NCRIS in 60 seconds
Australia’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) ensures that researchers have access to the facilities, equipment and resources they need to produce world-class research. These resources range from supercomputers and microscopes to datasets and software platforms.
Watch The ACCESS-NRI video!
Check out our 1-min video below. We would like to thank our video star Dr Chiara Holgate (ANU Research School of Earth Sciences and CLEX). Credit for ACCESS OM2 visualisations: Dr Josué Martínez Moreno and Professor Andy Hogg, ACCESS-NRI Director.
ACCESS-NRI video NCRIS Collaboration NatSciWeek
This video is one of a series of 1 min videos from a collaborative project with all the NCRIS facilities and the Department of Education. Our video showcases the Australian Earth System Simulator or ACCESS-NRI. Our speaker, Dr Chaira Holgate is an ANU and CLEX researcher and an user of the ACCESS suite of computational models.Watch Video