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Congratulations to Monash University geologist Dr Melanie Finch who has been named one of Australia’s official Superstars of STEM.
Monash University geologists have shed new light on the early history of the Earth through their discovery that continents were weak and prone to destruction in their infancy.
Congratulations to Professors Peter Cawood, Steven Chown and Douglas MacFarlane who have been recognised in Clarivate’s annual list of Highly Cited Researchers on the Web of Science, which identifies researchers with significant influence in their field with papers that are highly cited by others.
A love of astrophysics - and etymology, has inspired a new beautifully illustrated children’s book which unpacks the origins and meaning of ‘space words’.
Congratulations to Monash University scientist Dr Linda Croton who has been awarded the 2020 ANSTO Australian Synchrotron Stephen Wilkins Thesis Medal.