Video: A young dark-haired man wears a T-shirt emblazoned 'DeadlyScience'. Children gathered around a table watch him put a leaf under a microscope. The children stare at a laptop screen showing the close-up of the leaf.
Text: "Corey Tutt OAM, Founder and CEO of DeadlyScience, Kamilaroi man."
Audio: Corey: I founded DeadlyScience because, having worked in STEM and the animal industry for a really long time, I rarely got to meet any other Aboriginal people, and it can be quite isolating.
Video: With his students, Corey holds a small container of red liquid to the light. Children pour red liquid into paper-lined containers. Corey holds a container as a boy sticks a toothpick in the liquid. Children use a microscope and watch wide-eyed as Corey shoots a green light through clear prisms.
Audio: Corey: It started out, actually, doing talks in Redfern. But then it progressed to finding out schools in remote communities don't have access to STEM resources. And from that, we were able put thousands of resources into communities, like telescopes, microscopes, LEGO, culturally appropriate books.
Video: Corey opens an Australia Post parcel that features the Indigenous decal. Smiling, he takes out a picture book titled 'The First Scientists'. The cover features an Aboriginal man and woman holding traditional equipment and wearing white lab coats. Corey stabs a bag full of red liquid, and talks about orange liquid churning in a water glass.
Audio: Corey: I really wanted to create a book that my Deadly Scientists could hang their hat on and they could be part of it and they could see themselves in it. But, for me, it was...it was more about what can I do today to make tomorrow better so I can encourage all these DeadlyScientists to be lucky enough to find a passion like what I have?
Video: Beaming, Corey holds up three First Nations science picture books.
Audio: Corey: I would love to see a world where, through the magic of STEM education and Two-Way Science, we can bring everyone together.
Video: On the left side of the screen, the white Australia Post logo appears on a red background. On the right side of the screen, the black DeadlyScience logo appears on a white background. Its letters are a combination of scientific equipment and animals.