Professor Emma Johnston

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How should we be building along the global coast? A framework by UNSW scientists delivers some much-needed answers.

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As a leading authority in marine ecology, Professor Emma Johnston is a prominent advocate for more women at the top tiers of science.

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Highly saline flows from the Sydney Desalination Plant will not affect surrounding marine life as commonly believed, a major new study led by UNSW Sydney shows. 

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UNSW Professor Sally Dunwoodie and her team discovered the potential of vitamin B3 to treat a molecular deficiency causing miscarriages and complex birth defects.

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Four members of the UNSW Sydney community have been appointed as Sydney Ambassadors, joining a group of influential Australians charged with promoting the city as a premier business events destination.

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Scientists around the globe are in a race to create, select, discover and cultivate heat-tolerant corals that will withstand the next 50 years of warming oceans, writes Emma Johnston.

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Bring on the Ideas Boom that recognises and rewards science and technology innovators for working hand-in-hand with business, write Emma Johnston and Kylie Walker.  

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Australia needs the vision, evidence-based decision making, process and participation that scientist leaders offer, writes Emma Johnston.

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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.