Recently published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal, scientists have revisited the field of rainbow research and all the possible applications it provides.
Alexander Haußmann, in his paper, talks about the many great applications rainbow research might have – including being used as warnings for chemical contamination. From mathematical modelling to reinforced concrete, Haußmann has been studying rainbows for 20 years.
What would you study if given the opportunity to conduct research?
Haußmann, A. (2016). Rainbows in nature: recent advances in observation and theory European Journal of Physics, 37 (6) DOI: 10.1088/0143-0807/37/6/063001