Eureka Prize winners

The Australian Museum’s 2019 science prizes are announced

Environment: Blue Carbon Horizons Team (Uni Wollongong, Macquarie U, ANSTO)

Data Science: Longbing Cao (UTS)

Interdisciplinary research: Endovascular Bionics Lab (Uni Melbourne, Synchron Inc.)

Infectious diseases: Walter and Eliza Hall Institute

Innovative technology:  Hala Zreiqatz, Uni Sydney

Early career researcher: Laura Mackay, Uni Melbourne

Safeguarding Australia: Team GreyScan ( U Tasmania)

Scientific research: Mariapia Degli-Esposti, Geoff Hill, Chris Andoniou, Peter Fleming, Paulo Martins, Monash University, Lions Eye Institute, and QIMR Berghofer MRI

Emerging leader: Melody Ding (Uni Sydney)

Leadership in innovation and science: Branka Vucetic (Uni Sydney)

Mentor of young researchers: Barry Pogson (AN)

Science engagement: FrogID Team (Australian Museum)

Long-form science journalism: Michael Lucy

Promoting understanding science: Darren Saunders (UNSW)

Science journalism: Liam Mannix (The Age)

STEM inclusion: National Indigenous Science Education Program, (Macquarie U, Charles Sturt U, Yaegl Country Aboriginal Elders

School science – primary: Finn Thomas (St Mary’s Catholic Primary, Concord NSW)

School science – secondary: Ellie Cole and Tsambika Galanos, (PLC, Sydney)


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