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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'Oréal-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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Close to the bone: 3D printed implants
Tags: Education | Engineering | Healthcare | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women | Medicine | Research | Science | University | medical devices | Health
Visionary biomaterials and tissue engineer Hala Zreiqat has invented the world’s first 3D-printed porous synthetic bone that mimics bone mechanical strength and promotes new bone growth. But her dream ...
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Fighting cancer with humanity and innovative research
Tags: Cancer | China | Education | Europe | Innovation | Inspiring Australian Women | Medicine | Melanoma | Melbourne | Research | Science | Technology | UK | University | Health | Europe
Australian cancer researchers at internationally recognised Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne are transforming patients’ lives with groundbreaking research fast-tracked direct from the lab to ...
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Australian startup wages war on drug-resistant superbugs
Tags: Cancer | Inspiring Australian Women | Medicine | Research | UK | diagnostic devices | Health
The emergence of superbugs, immune to existing antibiotics, is a significant global public health problem. An Australian biomedical company, co-founded by Alison Todd, is developing world-leading diag ...
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The ripple that caused a universal wave
Tags: Inspiring Australian Women | Space | Universe | University
A mere month after the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded for the first ever detection of gravitational waves, another extraordinary announcement was made. Strange ripples in space-time were dete ...
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The L'Oreal-UNESCO Women in Science Fellowships 2017
Tags: Inspiring Australian Women
Since 2007, the L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Australia & New Zealand Fellowships have been recognising the achievements of exceptional female scientists at different stages of their careers. T ...
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Distinguished Professor Jenny Graves AO FAA
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Jenny Graves: What can kangaroos and platypus tell us about sex and humanity?
Tags: Inspiring Australian Women
Professor Jenny Graves AO has transformed our understanding of how humans and all vertebrate animals evolved and function.
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A simple treatment to reduce birth defects
Tags: Inspiring Australian Women
In what could be one of the most significant discoveries in pregnancy research in decades, Australian scientists have discovered a previously unknown cause of birth defects and miscarriages. And that’ ...
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Rose Amal
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Australian power for the future
Tags: Clean Energy | Engineering | Environment | Inspiring Australian Women
Green plants harness sunlight to produce food. Solar cells convert sunlight into energy, and now Australian chemical engineer Rose Amal is using sunlight to transform unwanted carbon dioxide into envi ...
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