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A/Prof Debbie Silvester
Electrochemist. Ionic liquids, gas sensors. Associate Professor in Chemistry at Curtin University, Perth. Mum of two.
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A/Prof Debbie Silvester 9h
Replying to @junqiaolee81
Thanks! I’m 85% there! Hope to finish it off today!
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A/Prof Debbie Silvester Jun 20
Thermodynamics exam marking is about to begin! Wish me luck!
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Krishnan Murugappan Jun 18
The NRL() at ANU is looking for PhD students in 4 specific areas for the recently funded Grand Challenge Program, Our Health in Our Hands. If you are interested in joining or would like more information please contact Krish at Krishnan.murugappan@anu.edu.au
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Jen Heemstra Jun 19
If you’re trying to live someone else’s life, you will never win, because they will always be better at it. It’s great to be inspired by others, but channel that inspiration into goals that take advantage of your unique strengths and interests. Be the best at living *your* life.
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A/Prof Debbie Silvester Jun 13
Replying to @tigerinstemm
...which is where I’ve been for 10 years. I also started a family and now have two children. The only downside is that we are so far away from our parents and close family, who are all in the UK. But we have a Skype marathon every Sunday before bedtime!
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A/Prof Debbie Silvester Jun 13
Replying to @tigerinstemm
I’m from England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 where I completed my Undergrad/Masters and PhD. I had a great opportunity to study in the USA 🇺🇸 for one year of my undergraduate, to carry out a research project, which is where I found the passion for chemistry research. After PhD, I moved to Australia 🇦🇺...
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Daley Pearson Jun 12
Happy News 🧀 Bluey’s going global!  🦴 As well as for Australians, Bluey will now be screening worldwide on + and later this year. I  hope the world loves Bluey as much as we do in Australia. 💙 Love you to RT to tell your overseas friends 🐭 🐶
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Kathryn Toghill Jun 5
Deadline for this is approaching. If you know of any promising candidates who want to work in do send them this link.
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A/Prof Debbie Silvester Jun 5
Replying to @echeminem @mjlacey
Electrochemical sensors, ionic liquids, gases, explosives, reaction mechanisms, miniaturised electrodes, electrodeposited materials
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Feng Jiao Jun 4
CO2 electroreduction is often conducted using a high purity CO2. In a recent study, we show that the presence of SO2 (a common contaminant in flue gases) in CO2 stream has a huge impact on the selectivity of Cu catalyst. See full details at JAMs
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CritCareRN Jun 1
I stayed for hours after my shift yesterday to be with a little girl whose daddy was dying. We coloured and sang and wandered the secret passageways of the hospital. She confided in me that she is in fact Hermione Granger, a good wizard. I made her a special wand...
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A/Prof Debbie Silvester May 30
Well done Colin!
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Analyst May 29
Congratulations to the 5 poster prize winners at 21AES! The winners are: Chen Jia Luke Gundry Sashini Hapuarachchi William Adamson Mostafa Kamul Masud Click on the link for more info
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Paul Low May 29
We're recruiting! A PDRA post is available in exciting, international team based in partnership with to build a facility for measurement of single molecule and monolayer film molecular junctions - Please RT!
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Australian Academy of Science May 28
Professor Debra Bernhardt FAA of is a world leader in non-equilibrium statistical mechanics and is known for showing the Second Law of Thermodynamics can be derived .
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Damien Arrigan May 27
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Mary Garson May 27
Warmest congratulations to Professor Debra Bernhardt FAA, elected to the Australian Academy of Sciences for her groundbreaking theoretical work on the behaviour of matter, including derivation of the fluctuation theorum.
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Palli Thordarson May 27
Congratulations Debra Bernhardt ! Richly deserved and a fantastic recognition of your leadership in non-equilibrium thermodynamics
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Jason Dutton May 27
Opportunity to get independent career started at my outfit, Chemistry, biochemistry or nano...3 years to start, but all previous appointees for the Fellowship have landed on their feet.
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Maynooth University Chemistry May 27
Come and join our team ! We are seeking two outstanding Lecturers to join the Chemistry Department in either Experimental Physical Chemistry or Analytical Chemistry.
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