Australian Academy of Science

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UNSW Professor Toby Walsh is one of three UNSW scientists elected to the Australian Academy of Science. Walsh, Professor of Artificial Intelligence at UNSW’s School of Computer Science and Engineering, has made important scientific contributions in three closely related areas: artificial intellig

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Three UNSW academics are among 21 leading experts to be elected to the Australian Academy of Science, Australian science's highest honour.

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Three UNSW scientists are among the winners of prestigious 2016 Australian Academy of Science’s awards, the most of any Australian institution.

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With the loss of government funding for Future Fellowships, we risk impeding the development of a generation of younger researchers and losing our highest achievers to other nations, writes Les Field.

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UNSW and ABC RN have launched Top 5 under 40, an exciting initiative to find Australia's early-career researchers with a flair and passion for communicating their work.

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The largest ever forum of French researchers in Australia will bring together more than 140 scientists to discuss climate science and strategies to increase collaboration and innovation with industry.

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Becoming a successful scientist means having the confidence to try, says marine ecologist Professor Emma Johnston, whose high profile work in Sydney Harbour is inspiring a new generation of women. Read the full story in Uniken.

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For their stellar contributions to advancing the sum of human knowledge, Professors Rose Amal and Matthew England have been elected Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science.

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For her exceptional leadership and research, marine ecologist Emma Johnston has won the inaugural Nancy Millis Medal for Women in Science, awarded by the Australian Academy of Science on International Women's Day.

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Australia’s investment in science is going backwards and will drive the nation’s best and brightest towards better opportunities offshore, the Australian Academy of Science has warned.

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