HIAF – The Electronic Peashooter (1984)
This film looks at a new resource available to the minerals and energy industries, a machine which provides detailed information at atomic and molecular levels.
What to do About CO2? (1984)
This program, presented by Jeffrey Watson, explores all the main aspects of the question: What is CO2? Why is it increasing? What effects will this have and what are the options for dealing with it?
On Line (1984)
Each year the amount of information stored increases at a staggering rate. The problem is how do we track it down when it’s needed?
Project Aquarius (1984)
This film records the progress of a bushfire research study to test the effectiveness of large aircraft in controlling bushfires by bombing them with water and fire retardants.
Drop by Drop (1984)
The technology of joining metal components has been central to the great engineering and construction developments of this century.
Keeping wool in shape (1983)
Australia may no longer "ride on the sheep's back" but wool is still one of our major industries.
This film, aimed at a specialist audience, demonstrates the revolutionary SIROFLOC process for water treatment.
The recovery of minerals from ores is an important industry and much depends on the correct assessment of the valuable minerals in the ore and on the efficiency of the processing. Traditional assaying methods don't give the metallurgist all the information he really needs.