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Niall Byrne
Niall is creative director at Science in Public in Melbourne - helping scientists translate their work into stories and headlines
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Science Week Media Apr 17
Meet Adelaide’s ‘Dr Dolphin’ & his bottlenose friends, think your way out of a cancer-themed escape room in Qld, ask your Curious Climate questions in Tassie, try simulated ‘beer goggles’, or design plastic-eating bacteria. grants announced!
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Niall Byrne Apr 17
The will further develop technologies to enable satellites to communicate with each other & with users, faster & more efficiently, says ’s Sam Reisenfeld, who’s leading ’s involvement in the CRC.
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Niall Byrne Apr 16
Crucial meetings today for Sarah in Sydney today - some of Australia's leading curiousity inspirers
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Niall Byrne Apr 16
Replying to @theWCSJ
Interested in attending tonight? Email Sarah (sarah@scienceinpublic.com.au) to register. And for more information about
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Niall Byrne Apr 16
How can we uphold a high standard of science in the future? from around the world will discuss in July. Interested in going? We're hosting a briefing tonight in Syd with the Swiss Embassy, with some free registrations to attend
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Niall Byrne Apr 16
Replying to @theWCSJ
There are a few free registrations for Australian to attend the conference. We'll be co-hosting the event with the Swiss Embassy tonight in Sydney.
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Niall Byrne Apr 16
Fraud. Fake science news. Gene-edited babies. Ebola. Open access. If it's in the news, it'll be talked about in Lausanne at ! , join us for a briefing in Syd tonight with cheese and chocolate from 6-8pm. Email sarah@scienceinpublic.com.au to register.
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Niall Byrne Apr 14
Want some $$$ to run a National event this August? State grant rounds are now open for ACT, NSW, SA, TAS & WA (NT, QLD & VIC have closed). For details visit:
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Macquarie Sci & Eng Apr 14
We're going to link Australia's future smart satellites as part of the $245 million just announced by in Adelaide. A boost for agriculture, mining, communication and national security. Thanks for leading the bid.
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Niall Byrne Apr 14
When's the best time to get your flu shot? via
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Niall Byrne Apr 11
'STEM is worth investing in, but Australia's major parties offer scant details on policy and funding' via
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Niall Byrne Apr 10
Replying to @ehtelescope @CERN
Having worked with announcing the in two locations simultaneously, I can only imagine what it took to coordinate 7 press conferences, in 4 continents and in 5 languages, all at exactly the same time.
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Niall Byrne Apr 10
A generation ago thought that snapping a pic of a was impossible. Not anymore. The world's biggest 'camera' has done it! It's linked telescopes all over the world to create 'a dish the size of the planet' (9,000kms in diameter)
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Michael Moyer Apr 10
What a science journalist's Tweetdeck looks like right now
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Aus Inst of Physics Apr 10
Who else was up last night watching the announcement? The gravity of this announcement is massive. Twitter is reaching a singularity of black hole news today!
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Niall Byrne Apr 10
Good to hear! We can't wait to read all about your lab-grown tumours helping personalise cancer treatment in the news in the future!
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Adam Batten Apr 9
Thanks to and , I had a blast today working with bunch of amazing scientists learning how to present our research to the media.
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Aus Inst of Physics Apr 9
Turning your home’s windows in to solar panels - congrats to researcher who has been named our 2019 John Mainstone Youth Lecturer! Pegah has been our Women in Physics Chair for the past two years and worked on the successful bid for the
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Niall Byrne Apr 8
Books galore - Inspiring backdrop for our media training workshop today. Thanks for hosting us.
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Niall Byrne Apr 8
Abalone, radio bursts, personalised cancer treatments and more. Scientists finding their story to tell to the media.
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