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Macinley Butson
2018 NSW Young Australian of the Year | AFR 100 Women of Influence | Scientist and Inventor | Creator of the SMART Armour | Event Speaker
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Girls Future Ready Dec 18
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Macinley Butson Dec 16
A week ago today, Ethan and I got back from Singapore and ESTRO meets Asia 2019. It was so fantastic to present SMART Armour at our first international conference - here is to the start of many more to come!
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Macinley Butson Dec 14
Not a problem at all, I completley understand what you mean. We all should be careful of "science", especially on social media - and definitely always try to find out if its legitatment!
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Macinley Butson Dec 11
Thank you for all of your ongoing suppport!!
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Macinley Butson Dec 11
A great morning speaking at the Pittwater House Prizegiving ceremony, it was a pleasure to acknowledge these students hard work over the school year! Thanks to everyone for being so welcoming and happy holidays to students all over the country finishing school!
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Macinley Butson Dec 10
Such a privilege to be included in the 25 Under 25, which is featuring amazing women who are pioneering in their field - making a way in this world! Grab the latest issue to read interviews with all of these awesome women!
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Macinley Butson Dec 10
Hi, here is a link to the original dosimetric study on SMART armour which was published in the Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics (North America)- . We have done more research since and if you have any questions, feel free to flick me a message!
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Macinley Butson Dec 10
Replying to @stephenpcmaster
Hi, thank you so much! I hadn't thought of that but definitley something I will look into - thanks for the suggestion!!
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Macinley Butson Dec 6
Replying to @justawatt
There isn't currently a way however definitley something I will consider for the future if the chaining community wants to be involved! Thank you so much for your support!!
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Macinley Butson Dec 6
Replying to @TheMayQueen12
Thank you!!
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Macinley Butson Dec 6
With only 16% of today’s STEM workforce made up of women, wants more girls developing important skills needed for the future. I was fortunate to be asked to provide some insight for their program, which is out now!
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Macinley Butson Dec 6
So amazing, loved being able to be a part of this to encourage young girls!!
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Macinley Butson Nov 29
Thank you ! I wouldn't call myself an overachiever, certainly just trying to do my part and help humanity - and of course encourage others along the way!!
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Macinley Butson retweeted
Society for Science Nov 27
One day in history class, was watching a documentary about ancient armies that mentioned the use of chain mail. That sparked an idea that she took to all the way to the Grand Awards stage!
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Macinley Butson Nov 26
I've loved being a part of littleBIGidea competition, supporting Aussie kids explore their ideas and dreams! Check out the winners at and encourage kids from year 3-8 to get thinking for next year, their idea could just change the world!
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Macinley Butson retweeted
Stemettes ® 💙 ★ # + Nov 6
Marie Curie (1867-1934) Polish-born physicist & chemist. Born Curie discovered and named a whole new field of physics - radioactivity. She was the 1st woman to be awarded and is still the only person to have won two Nobels in two different sciences.
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UNSW Science Nov 6
‘All children should have female role models as well as males.’ Ambassador asks journalists and people of influence to consider potential biases in their their work and strive towards equity in .
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Macinley Butson Nov 7
Such an amazing experience and opportunity, I would encourage everyone to enter!!
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Prof. Lisa Harvey-Smith Nov 6
Today I visited the brilliant CEO of , . Deadly Science are sending STEM books including ‘Under the Stars’ to indigenous communities across Australia. To do more they need funds. I’ve donated - pls contribute if you can! 👩🏽‍🔬🚀🌟👩🏿‍🚀
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