New South Wales

2019 Fresh scientists at Fresh Science in the Pub, Qurryman Hotel in Sydney.
Joel Hoffman and Adam Culvenor celebrate their win with Sarah Brooker from science in Publuc

Fresh Science NSW was held on 6 November 2019 in Sydney. 

Ten Fresh Scientists took to the stage and explained their work in the time it takes a birthday sparkler to burn out.

We heard how Aspirin can be used to treat the world’s deadliest infection; using maths to predict illegal logging and poaching; new ways to see pain in your brain.

From electric vehicles to sneaky bacteria; people came along and enjoyed dinner, a drink and caught some of the latest science with researchers from UNSW, Macquarie, UTS, USyd, WSU, CSIRO and the Centenary Institute.

The NSW Fresh Scientists undertook media and communication training at Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney on 5 & 6 November.

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Our 2019 Fresh NSW Fresh Scientists were:

  • Elinor Hortle, Centenary Institute
  • Natalie Twine, CSIRO
  • Seyedfoad Taghizadeh, Macquarie University, Australia
  • Joel Hoffman, University of New South Wales
  • Laura Michie, University of Technology Sydney
  • Laurence Luu, University of New South Wales
  • Lindsay Parker, Macquarie University
  • David Arnold, Macquarie University
  • Anne Griebel, Western Sydney University
  • Sara Morón, The University of Sydney
  • Gregory Cohen, Western Sydney University

Read the stories from past NSW Freshies here.

Our Supporters: In 2019, Fresh Science NSW is supported by UNSW, Macquarie University, Western Sydney University and The University of Sydney, and hosted by the Australian National Maritime Museum.

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