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Prof Emma L Johnston AO
Professor of Marine Ecology & Ecotoxicology. Dean of Science . President of . Presenter for 'Coast Australia' &
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Dr. Tich-Lam 3h
Having 70 female applicants in 1 recruitment is unheard of in and materials fields! has gained three awesome in physics and materials after a long - at times frustrating - process but totally worth it!
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Australian Academy of Science 11h
Professor AO FAA has dedicated her life to studying Australia's iconic marsupials, including and . Now, she's being honoured for her pioneering research with the Carl G. Hartman Award from the US Society for the Study of Reproduction.
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO 3h
Brilliant news! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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Marine Explorer 4h
Fantastic elastic - Dwarf ornate wobbegong - Orectolobus ornatus . Sharks and rays are classed as cartilaginous fishes as they have a skeleton made entirely of cartilage rather than bone.
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Jen Heemstra 21h
When we see a speaker who is relaxed and spontaneous, we think that must come naturally to them. The reality is that they probably practice and prepare more than anyone. It's easiest to be successful at going off script when you have the script mastered.
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Science&TechnologyAU Jul 18
Remember that Science meets Parliament scholarships have been extended, they now close on 15 August. Get your application in to join us as an Indigenous, regional or STEM Pride scholar!
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Dennis Stanley Jul 18
Does anyone else in the world pilot gliders through such hazardous seas as we do through the Great Barrier Reef? 5 years worth of In Water full depth observations available FREE from
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Steve Most Jul 18
I've found that students sometimes take the skills they gained in grad school a bit for granted, trapped by their conviction that their training has left them prepared for academia and little else. Not true. Not even a little. (1/3)
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💧Rebecca Harcourt Jul 18
⁦Congratulations ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Indigenous Winter School Graduation ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO Jul 18
Every day we're getting a little bit closer to having a working computer built on quantum mechanics. Professor Michelle Simmons explains to on .
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO Jul 18
This week an impressive bunch of have been getting stuck into the program! For two weeks they're completing an intensive residency at - proudly supported by
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Antarctic Science Foundation Jul 18
New DNA techniques are beginning to revolutionise our understanding of changes to marine life in the oceans over thousands of years. Help us support this exciting research led by Dr Linda Ambrecht, together we can unlock the secrets of the seabed.
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO Jul 17
Replying to @UNSWScience
However, it might be easier to follow the video! The team at was able to build a two-qubit gate by placing two atom qubits closer together than ever before, and then – in real-time – observing and measuring their spin states.
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO Jul 17
Here's the link to the paper published today in . This achievement has been 20 years in the making: 'A two-qubit gate between phosphorus donor electrons in silicon' by at .
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO Jul 17
Couldn't be prouder of the team at having their research hit the front page of .
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO Jul 17
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority's position statement has been released on their website. It is evidence based and endorsed by the Board (of which I am a member). You can read it here:
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Dave Sharma Jul 17
Great job and Professor Michelle Simmons for big step forward in realising quantum computing. And getting the cover of . 👍🏼👏🏼
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Alistair Poore Jul 17
Such an important influence on me as a scientist and for so many others. Thanks Gerry & Mick
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO Jul 17
Replying to @ozjuliancox
How wonderful, congratulations!
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UNSW Science Jul 17
An achievement 20 years in the making. Led by Prof Michelle Simmons, a group of physicists at Science's have created a super-fast version of the central building block of a , 200 times faster than ever before.
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