Wednesday, August 11, 2004


One winning invention at this year's Aussie Eureka Prizes might grab the attention of a lot of folks here in the U.S. As reported by The Age, Alan Williams took first place with a fish trap that catches carp without harming native fish. The trap design is based on the fact that carp tend to jump when threatened, while few native Australian fish do. You can read more details about the award here.

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