We are inspiring and teaching citizen scientists (especially students) to understand and preserve marine biodiversity and natural heritage, through sophisticated 3D printing solutions and digital data collection. Collaborating with schools, universities, city councils and aboriginal communities, to reproduce an iconic types of marine life in Queensland. Motivating school students and residents to explore Australia's natural heritage, via different 3D printing workshops and related STEM activities.
Through collaboration with schools and university partners, and in line with relevant QUT surveys & workshops and STEM competition in Queensland (WERAU),
The project will initiate co-creation conservation activity from all participant. With every participant contributing and utilising the latest 3d printning technology.
Finally, the statue would be completed in the competition.
As long as more collaboration with the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. members will reproduce more marine species in the conservation of the Great Barrier Reef, which will become a vital part of Queensland marine education, .
If you are interested in participating please view the attached Flyer and Survey Information Sheet for further details on the study BEFORE clicking on the button below. SURVEY
All participants would learn and engage on co-creating by 3D modeling, online data collection and printing, our project would start from a survey, please join up with us.
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The AUVR will register your membership, and all entitlement would be
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