2014 Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools

2014 Prime Minister’s Prize for Excellence in Science Teaching in Secondary Schools

Photo taken at the University of Tasmania’s Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, Hobart. From left to right: Terry Lyons1 , Brigid Heywood2 , Graham Webb3 , Leonie Walsh4 , Graham Hawke5 , Denzil Miller6 , Will Howard7 , Alan Finkel8 , Chris Armstrong9 , Roslyn Prinsley10  , Tony Worby11 and Nick Gales12.

Photo taken at the University of Tasmania’s Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, Hobart. From left to right: Terry Lyons1 , Brigid Heywood2 , Graham Webb3 , Leonie Walsh4 , Graham Hawke5 , Denzil Miller6 , Will Howard7 , Alan Finkel8 , Chris Armstrong9 , Roslyn Prinsley10 , Tony Worby11 and Nick Gales12.

2015 NSW Scientist of the Year - NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer Laureate Professor Scott Sloan FAA, FTSE, FRS, FREng Professor Sloan has been widely published and is one of the world's most highly-cited geotechnical researchers.

2015 NSW Scientist of the Year - NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer Laureate Professor Scott Sloan FAA, FTSE, FRS, FREng Professor Sloan has been widely published and is one of the world's most highly-cited geotechnical researchers.

Professor Mary O'Kane

Professor Mary O'Kane

UNSW Science Work Experience Program 2015 Pilot Initiative - UNSW Science for society

UNSW Science Work Experience Program 2015 Pilot Initiative - UNSW Science for society

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Driven to diffraction website header

Queensland Chief Scientist Geoff Garrett

Queensland Chief Scientist Geoff Garrett

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