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Queensland Science Jul 23
Congratulations to winners Claudio Pizzolato & Mo Chen both from - well done.
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Dr Georgina Sauzier Jun 27
Moon radio signals, frozen plants and chocolate medicine - just some of the research on show for this year’s WA
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Annalena Wolff Mar 27
I would love to encourage all early career researchers to enter into the Fesh Science competition. the competition and media training were game changers in my career and of course lots of fun!
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Laura Puk Jul 23
Renee Gruber at talking about how corals from the extreme environment of Kimberley Reef may hold interesting information for the survival of other coral reefs.
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Claudio Pizzolato Jul 23
Thank you for the support! It has been a great and fun experience! Now I know what to say (in 1 munute only) when people ask me what my research is about
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Kathryn Palasis Mar 20
The story about my research is now up on their website! 😊
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Annalena Wolff Jul 23
Thoroughly enjoying the competition...fantastic talks
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Heather Haines Jul 18
At the airport waiting on my delayed flight to Brisbane for 9 days of science awesomeness - QLD and my PhD graduation. Now should I spend my time working on a paper or reading the last chapters of a thrilling mystery novel....
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Queensland Science Apr 19
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Heidi Walkden Jul 23
Getting ready to learn about some great at tonight at the ! Good luck Mo Chen!!
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Rebecca Poulos Nov 15
Thanks for the great experience !! Learning all things science communication with
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Renee Gruber Sep 7
Thanks for the opportunity learning how to talk with media about research!
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Patrick Capon Nov 8
Jiawen laying down some excellent
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Heidi Walkden Jul 23
Replying to @heidi_walkden
Congratulations Mo for winning people's choice award tonight at !!
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Richard de Grijs Jun 6
strongly represented by scientists; all presentations deserved the bottle of wine — fantastic achievement!
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Stories of Australian Science Apr 15
's has invented world's smallest fibre-optic probe - width of a strand of hair. It can both see & measure temperature, making it a useful tool in cancer, hyperthermia & heart research
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verbalize.science Jun 13
Well done to all the ECR's! Some excellent science stories - science is in good hands...
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Niall Byrne Sep 6
from has found a way to increase the rate at which maize absorbs nitrogen in the lab. It’s a crucial step towards growing higher-yielding crops while using less fertiliser
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Nicole Carnt Jun 6
before we go on stage!!!!
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Stories of Australian Science Sep 18
Well done to our WA winner, ! Making that's easier for to take
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