Posts Tagged Women in Science

Australian Science Superheroes – Stephanie Hing

During National Science Week in August 2016, Australia’s Chief Scientist launched the #5ScientistPledge to recognise Australian Scientists. Now, we’re shining a light on some of these Australian science superheroes with a new tag – #AusScienceHeroes.  …

6 December 2016

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Health of Australian Science report

Australia’s Chief Scientist, Professor Ian Chubb today launched the Health of Australian Science report, a comprehensive overview of Australia’s science system, outlining our strengths and vulnerabilities.

23 May 2012

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Planting the seeds for a career in science

Planting the seeds for a career in science

From high school to PhD, plant molecular biologist Joanna Sundstrom tells her story about a successful, and interesting, career in science.

14 September 2011

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Battling Southern Ocean swells in the name of science

Battling Southern Ocean swells in the name of science

From the humid Vietnamese coastline to the icy depths of the Southern Ocean, marine scientist Dr Jodie Smith from Geoscience Australia is studying Earth’s deepest and darkest secrets.

24 March 2011

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Scientists speaking on nanotechnology: Professor Tanya Monro

Scientists speaking on nanotechnology: Professor Tanya Monro

Professor Tanya Monro of the University of Adelaide discusses how using nanotechnology could make the costly visual inspection in preventative aircraft maintenance a thing of the past.

8 October 2009

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