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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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RMIT Research 17h
NEWSFLASH: Invisible ink might be the answer to avoiding sunburn and UV related health risks this summer... Find out how these cheap, paper wristbands developed by and his team work:
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Prof. Lisa Harvey-Smith Sep 24
When Galaxies Collide Live: ⭐ With the explosive arrival of the Andromeda galaxy at 400,000 km/h, take a unique journey to consider the fate of humanity. ON SALE NOW:
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Tanya Ha Sep 23
Credit where credit is due, I've liked the development of the online team under during Michelle Guthrie's tenure, with recruitment of and Darren Osborne cadet .
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Australian Academy of Science Sep 23
Head of Dr Megan Clark outlines the strategic priorities of Australia's Space Agency at
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Niall Byrne Sep 20
Marcus Strom has done some excellent stories on sex-changing bearded dragons, Sydney Harbour's carbon emissions, NASA projects, science policy, & new Australian discoveries. Congrats on nabbing him for science media adviser role. ;-)
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AusSpaceAgency Sep 18
The has landed on , be sure to the follow us here, on LinkedIn and subscribe to keep up to date:
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Niall Byrne Sep 18
Uncovering more stories of science today at the as we media train another batch of scientists.
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Niall Byrne Sep 16
Researching the life story of the Milky Way & bringing the Universe to the people: delighted to see become Australia's ambassador for astronomy
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Niall Byrne Sep 16
Sitting today? How long is too long to sit? Sarah is with researchers hearing about exercise & nutrition
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Niall Byrne Sep 12
Mosquitoes, hibiscus flowers, moths that pollinate boronia plants, seeds & drought. Loving the science stories today.
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Niall Byrne Sep 12
Preparing to talk to journalists.... Coffee needed. Media training scientists today. Thanks Andrea
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Niall Byrne Sep 10
Story for today: chocolate formula helping sick kids take their . was our winner in WA. See release from here:
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Niall Byrne Sep 9
Our Lydia is checking out the future of psychology, addiction & compulsion research. Meanwhile, here's 's take on
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Niall Byrne Sep 9
Bananas with brown spots kill cancer, so we should eat lots of them. Would you retweet that without thinking twice? Our extraordinaire talks about how Facebook can spread and normalise dangerous ideas on Ockham's Razor on
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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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Niall Byrne Sep 5
Using genetically engineered bacteria to eat sugar from renewable sources like sugar cane & cereal may be a way to produce that can power vehicles, heat buildings or provide electricity for industry. received a $1.1m grant.
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Niall Byrne Aug 29
They're unstoppable. The team hard at work after a big night. In the foyer . and
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Niall Byrne Aug 29
From Myanmar to school in Sydney, to scifi and astrophysics, to celebrated mathematician and mentor – congrats Nalini Joshi for winning mentor prize. Read Nalini’s story here:
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Prof. Lisa Harvey-Smith Aug 29
Here you have the science hour radio stand-in dream team, and . Ask us anything! Time for a podcast maybe?
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Aus Inst of Physics Aug 29
"Science communication is about reminding the public of the incredible world that lies beyond their everyday experiences, but is intimately connected with their everyday lives,” Alan Duffy wins for promoting understanding of science.
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