NSW science Tall Poppies

The Australian Institute of Policy and Science announces its NSW tall poppies, “recognising outstanding early career researchers in Australia who share science with everyone”

Sally Gainsbury (Uni Sydney) is the TP scientist of the year in NSW, for her research on responsible gambling. Others include;

Majid Ebrahimi Warkiani (UTS) – non-invasive cancer diagnostics

Qilin Wang (UTS) – sustainable wastewater management

Chris Reid (Macquarie U) – complex biological systems

Ronika Power (Macquarie U) – ancient human mortality

Noushin Nasiri (Macquarie U) – breath tests for disease detection

Angelica Merlot (UNSW) – cancer drugs

Natalie Matosin (Uni Wollongong) – medications to improve quality of life for people with mental illness

Rebecca Guy (UNSW) – public health interventions related to HIV/STIs

Simon Clulow (Macquarie U) – conservation biology

Emma Camp (UTS) – coral reef cover


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