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The L'Oreal-UNESCO Women in Science Fellowships 2018Tags: Astronomy | Australia | Education | Healthcare | Indigenous | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women | Medicine | Research | Space | Technology | Universe | Health
The L'OrĂ©al-UNESCO For Women in Science Australia & New Zealand Fellowships recognise the achievements of outstanding female scientists at different stages of their careers. This year’s Australian re ...
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Kurt-Lambeck-web02
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Revealing the breathing Earth
Tags: Agriculture | Astronomy | Australia | Award | Education | Mining | Research | Space | Universe | University | Europe
Kurt Lambeck, Emeritus Professor at the Australian National University in Canberra, received this year's $250,000 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science for transforming our understanding of our living pl ...
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Finisar-team-web01
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Switching light for faster, more reliable internet
Tags: Australia | Award | Business | Digital | ICT | Innovation | IT | Technology
For creating and commercialising technologies that underpin the global internet, Dr Simon Poole, Mr Andrew Bartos, Dr Glenn Baxter and Dr Steven Frisken received the $250,000 Prime Minister’s Prize fo ...
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Lee-Berger-web01
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Saving frogs, and revealing new extinction threats
Tags: Australia | Award | Biodiversity | Conservation | Education | Environment | Research | University
Dr Lee Berger received the $50,000 Frank Fenner Prize for Life Scientist of the Year for solving the mystery of frog extinction. Berger is based in Townsville and holds Adjunct Research Fellowships a ...
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Jack-Clegg-web01
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Making flexible crystals and new separation technologies
Tags: Australia | Award | Education | Engineering | Innovation | Manufacturing | Medicine | Research | Technology
For creating flexible crystals that can be bent and twisted and discovering new separation technologies, Associate Professor Jack Clegg received the $50,000 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scienti ...
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Geoff-Rogers-web01
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A steerable guidewire to improve the treatment of heart disease
Tags: Australia | Award | Healthcare | Medicine | Technology | medical devices | diagnostic devices | Health
Dr Geoff Rogers received the $50,000 Prize for New Innovators for creating and commercialising his pioneering biomedical engineering. He invented a robotic guidewire that cardiologists can steer with ...
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Scott-Sleap-web01
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Opening young eyes to science, technology, engineering and maths
Tags: Australia | Award | Education | NSW
Dr Scott Sleap received the $50,000 Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Teaching in Secondary Schools. He is Deputy Principal, STEM, for the Cessnock Learning Community.
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Brett-Crawford-web03
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A school where everyone teaches science
Tags: Australia | Award | Education | Queensland
Brett Crawford received the $50,000 Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Primary Schools for creating an environment in which every teacher is engaged in science. He is the lea ...
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Nexgen_Prof_Schenk_web2
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Plant technology about to go viral
Tags: Agriculture | Australia | Drought | Education | Environment | Innovation | Queensland | Research | Science | Start-up | University
Plant breeding technology developed at the University of Queensland is producing crops that can resist viruses and introduce other economically valuable traits, a development that could have an enormo ...
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