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Professor Nicolas Rasmussen

Professor Nicolas Rasmussen

Nicolas Rasmussen is a Professor in the School of Humanities. He has higher degrees in history and philosophy of science, developmental biology, and public health. 

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Dr Roger Vincent Patulny

Dr Roger Vincent Patulny

Roger Patulny BA(Hons)/BEc, ANU, PhD UNSW, is an Australian Research Council Post-doctoral Fellow at the Social Policy Research Centre, Faculty Arts and Social Science, UNSW.

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Trends in Time: Work, Family and Social Policy in Australia 1992-2006

Trends in Time: Work, Family and Social Policy in Australia 1992-2006

This project will contribute to the national priority goal of ?strengthening Australia?s social and economic fabric to help families and individuals live healthy, productive, and fulfilling lives?, within the National Research Priority of ?promoting go...
Professor Bill Ballard

Professor Bill Ballard

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Ballard's research is focused but has broad application in the fields of population genetics and ageing. He has published significant invited reviews e.g. Ballard and Rand (2005), Ballard and Whitlock (2004).

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Associate Professor Lucinda Burns

Associate Professor Lucinda Burns

Dr Lucy Burns has been Senior Lecturer within the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre since 2008.

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Mr Benjamin Robert Bavinton

Mr Benjamin Robert Bavinton

Ben has worked in the field of HIV prevention and policy for over seven years both in Australia and internationally.

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Transforming industrial waste into valuable carbons for iron-carbon alloys: Fundamental investigations of structure, impurity reactions and carbon dissolution

Transforming industrial waste into valuable carbons for iron-carbon alloys: Fundamental investigations of structure, impurity reactions and carbon dissolution

This project will develop the innovative science for recycling end-of-life industrial components as carbon resources for ferrous alloys.
Professor Ian Hugh Sloan

Professor Ian Hugh Sloan

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My research is broadly in computation mathematics, numerical analysis and approximation theory.

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Dr Martin Smith

Dr Martin Smith

I am a research officer at the Garvan Institute where I investigate the role of non-coding RNA in mammalian evolution and human disease, with particular focus in the fields of cancer and neuroscience. I am fascinated by evolution, the human

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Dr William Clapton

Dr William Clapton

William Clapton is a Lecturer of International Relations at the School of Social Sciences and International Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW.

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