VFD Inventor Wins Ig Nobel Prize

Lead developer and inventor of the Vortex Fluidic Device, Prof. Colin Raston was recently honoured with the award of an Ig Noble prize, which recognise achievements that make people laugh and then think. The prize was awarded for Colin's work on unboiling an egg with the VFD, acknowledging the potential of this advance to spur people's interest in science and technology.

A big congratulations to Prof. Raston on this achievement and a big thank you for his tireless efforts to help make Vortex Fluidic Technologies a success. Additional information and coverage of winning the Ig Nobel prize can be found at this Flinders University Press Release.