Ever dreamed of surfing some of the world best surf breaks all in the name of research? That’s exactly what a team of University of Wollongong researchers did on a recent trip to Macaronis in the Mentawai Islands located off Sumatra in Indonesia.
I asked Tom Wilson from Wave Changer (see http://www.wavechanger.org/) what to with old surfboards, how to give them a second life.
Has anyone ever thought about taking a scientific engineering approach to designing and testing a range of differing surfboards and/or fins? This is what we do in the Surf Flex Lab
Surfing as a Science! Check out my interview with Kia Handley from ABC Newcastle. Interview starts at 13 min 30 seconds.
Sustainability in the surfing industry - what should we do? Check out my interview with Tom Wilson from Wave Changer
In this episode of the Wave Changer podcast presenter Tom Wilson talks to Marc about flexibility in surfboards, fins and surf engineering.
In this episode of the Lab Notes podcast presenter Dr Leo Stevens talks to Marc about flexibility in work, life and science, and his love of the ocean.
In this episode of the University of Wollongong podcast Can You Tell Me Why? Marc talks to William Verity and Hannah Lexton-Koonce about taking parental leave to care for his youngest daughter.
In this episode of the University of Wollongong podcast SMART stories for smart people Marc talks to William Verity about chasing the perfect surfboard with the perfect customised fins.