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Dr Vikram Khurana
Class: science-style
Battling baffling brain disease
Using yeast, stem cells and his impressive brain power, clinician and neuroscientist Vikram Khurana is tracking down the causes of – and treatments for - debilitating brain disorders like Alzheimer’s ...
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PhoneSat 1.0
Class: science-style
Expat Entrepreneur blasts off
From country New South Wales to low-earth orbit, Chris Boshuizen’s fascination with space has launched him on a professional journey of creative discovery. Now based in California, the award-winning p ...
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Peter Harrison driving dive boat
Class: environment-style
Peter Harrison - International coral 'sexpert'
Coral has been the focus of Professor Peter Harrison’s life for more than 35 years. As reef systems come under increasing environmental pressure around the world, Harrison is racing against the cl ...
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Veena Sahajwalla: UNSW SMaRT Lab, High Temperature Furnace: Photographer Peter Morris
Class: technology-style
Veena Sahajwalla: Waste Warrior
From Mumbai to Australia, scientist and engineer Veena Sahajwalla is revolutionising the way societies use waste, with a world-first invention - 'green steel'
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Dr Carolyn McGregor; Photographer Kalvin Taylor University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Class: technology-style
Professor Carolyn McGregor: Using Big Data to save tiny lives
Computer scientist Carolyn McGregor has developed a disruptive technology utilising big data, that is set to start a new era in personalised medicine. Her life-saving Artemis IT platform analyses patt ...
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Professor Emma Johnston, credit UNSW
Class: environment-style
Prof. Emma Johnston: Underwater Trailblazer Tags: Inspiring Australian Women
Emma Johnston’s passion and laboratory are Sydney Harbour and the coastal waters and estuaries of Australia’s ‘marine estate’. The multi-award winning scientist and communicator uses her brains, coll ...
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Carbon Revolution wheel
Class: technology-style
The Carbon Fibre Revolution: part two
As the city of Geelong builds a global reputation for carbon fibre technologies, Australian company Carbon Revolution is tackling the problem of how to turn a potentially disruptive technology into a ...
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Carbon Nexus, Professor Bronwyn Fox (right)
Class: technology-style
The Carbon Fibre Revolution : Part One
Like many heavy industry-based regional economies, Geelong found its economy collapsing in the face of globalisation. However the city is now set to be the centre of an advanced manufacturing industry ...
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LANDTEM, image supplied by CSIRO
Class: science-style
LANDTEM: Making mineral exploration easy
LANDTEM, an Australian invention that creates a three-dimensional map of underground ore bodies has uncovered deposits worth A$4 billion in Australia and A$10 billion globally. The technology developm ...
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