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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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Niall Byrne 18h
Great tips on making videos work on social media. Your session was the highlight of my brief encounter with . See the videos at
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Stem Cell Foundation 23h
Enzo Porrello is exploring newborn heart development to develop heart attack drugs and engineer ‘artificial pumps’ from patient stem cells. He wins our $50K , recognising the rising stars of stem cell science.
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Stem Cell Foundation 23h
is analysing individual cells to understand how some survive therapy. Her research aims to prevent relapse & lift survival rates for . She wins our $50K , recognising the rising stars of stem cell science.
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The self-healing secrets of newborn babies' hearts; and catching the killer cancer cells that survive treatment. Meet the 2018 winning scientists Enzo Porrello and Heather Lee. Media kit:
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Niall Byrne Nov 6
We've got a moon AND two 'moon clouds' each 9 x wider than the Earth. You don't have to go far to find new things in space. via
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Niall Byrne Nov 4
They're Australia's first all-girl Aboriginal team to compete in . The team was mentored by and supported by ,
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Niall Byrne Nov 4
Good luck to the girls from M.K.B.D Racing from Cessnock High School in NSW finals. The students featured in video shown to PM .
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Niall Byrne Oct 30
Getting science onto radio...today's media training. Insights from 3AW's & James Royce
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Niall Byrne Oct 28
Students love anything that gives them the opportunity to actually solve something, & once they get involved, you actually have a hard time stopping them, says winner for Excellence in Science Teaching in Primary Schools, Brett Crawford
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Victorian Chamber Oct 25
The much anticipated ignite magazine is here! Catch the inside scoop from our industry + academic experts, showcasing the latest technological advancements + read the collaboration success stories + partner case studies. It’s all the action in one place!
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Niall Byrne Oct 26
Vomit and redback spiders, driverless cars and melanin production - Sarah chatting science this morning with Hilary Harper on
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Niall Byrne Oct 26
Early morning start to chat science with Hilary Harper
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Niall Byrne Oct 25
"I can teach students why cyclones spin with a Lazy Susan and a glue stick.” Happy to winning primary school science teacher Brett Crawford
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Niall Byrne Oct 25
"We use robotic and advanced manufacturing techniques so that students understand the type of activities that they would do in industry." Happy to winning teacher who is showing Hunter region kids future careers
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Niall Byrne Oct 24
Watch the quiet anticipation (ie wait for it), then the Australian science Twittersphere sparkle with the winners announcement over the last fortnight.
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Niall Byrne Oct 24
A story about , fungus, & a romance. Listen back to to hear Lee Berger, winner of the 2018 for Life Scientist of the Year & Lee Skerratt chatting to . Interview starts 17 minutes in.
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Niall Byrne Oct 24
See you next week!
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Shalailah Medhora Oct 23
Do I look happy? That's because I got to meet two absolute legends! Dr Lee Berger and her husband Dr Lee Skerratt have worked for decades to save frogs from extinction. My piece goes to air tonight on at 5.30pm.
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Rachael Vorwerk Oct 23
Tune into right now! Dr Lee Berger is about to talk about her research that solved the global mystery of disappearing . Such a pleasure to work at such an important event at the last week in
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Niall Byrne Oct 23
Behind the scenes with from , Dr Lee Berger & Dr Lee Skerratt in Canberra last week at the for Science. Dr Berger's research solved the global mystery of disappearing .
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