Rocksolver chosen as finalist in the Australian Innovation Challenge

Last year I entered the Australian Innovation Challenge competition run by The Australian newspaper and Shell. The Rocksolver entry came from a small, start-up company rather than a university or large company so it was placed in the Backyard Innovation category where it was chosen as a finalist.

The winner in the Backyard Innovation category was Jeremy Woodhill with his Smart GPO power point. Rocksolver did receive some good feedback though:

Have a look at the short video of the Backyard Innovation category judges having a chat (http://video.theaustralian.com.au/2174868032/Backyard-category-finalists) where Dr Terry Cutler (a director of CSIRO) and Dr James Bradfield Moody (Executive Director of the Development section in CSIRO) talk favourably about Rocksolver.

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About malcolmlambert

Atmospheric physicist by trade. Spent some years working in Antarctica and building a house in Tasmania. One day a very old technology (dry stone walling) and a very new technology (computer science) came together in my brain and I conceived an invention. Now I'm an inventor/entrepreneur.
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