Research Reports

Surveys, Recommendations, Briefings & Doctoral Thesis

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  • Body Shocks - Aquabatics Lecture PELL
  • Aquabatics as New Works of Live Art, Dr. Sarah Jane Pell
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  • Planet Earth Image NASA

Embracing Interdisciplinary, International and Intercultural graduate research to find excellence in critical discourse and collaboration.

Australian Standards

Australian Standards 2013
Nominated by the Maritime Union of Australia to the Australian Standards Committee SF-017 Occupational Diving.

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ESA Arts Initiative 2012
A new website, publications and presentations by the European Space Agency Topical Team Arts & Science receommending an ESA Arts Initiative [EAI].

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European Space Agency Astronaut Training Center

ESA Topical Team Art & Science 2011-12
To expand human space exploration through cultural engagement with ESA initiatives to build professional communities for knowledge transfer & new discovery.

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To Boldy Stay Presenters NASA Ames-SingularityU Conference 2010

To Boldly Stay: Extending Humanity into the Solar System 2010
Breakthrough and game-changing technologies needed to create a sustained capability to send humans in the solar system to stay indefinitely.

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Aquabatics as New Works of Live Art, 2005 PhD Cover

Aquabatics as New Works of Live Art 2005 (Award-winning PhD Thesis)
Philosophies and practices intersecting principals of live art and commercial diving to inspire Aquabatics: a new form of aquatic art and ocean awareness.

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Luna Gaia: a closed loop habitat for the Moon 2006 Final Report Cover

Luna Gaia: a closed loop habitat for the Moon 2006
Mission architecture including technologies and philosophies for the establishment of a permanent Lunar habitat with closed loop capabilities by 2020.

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