A 19-year-old young inventor from Coffs Harbour has been shortlisted for the internationally acclaimed Stockholm Junior Water Prize for the second year running. 

Emma Serisier joined Jonesy & Amanda this morning to chat about the way she is revolutionising the way we look at eggshells.

Her impressive ‘Crack for the Future’ research project includes the design and implementation of an agricultural run-off mediation strategy using eggshell.

“I have always questioned why things happened as they did,” the young scientist explains.

“I do not consider what I do as ‘research’ but rather as satisfying my curiosity to solve a puzzle, with the ultimate answer helping to make the world a better place for the future.”

Don’t forget to vote for Emma to win here!

Listen to our chat with Emma Serisier below:

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Click here to learn more about Emma and the Stockholm Junior Water Prize.