Women in Science

From Ingrid Scheffer’s work on the the genetics of epilesy, which is bringing hope to families, to Angela Moles re-defining the field of ecology – many of Australia’s most innovative women have taken home a Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.

Read more about the Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science winners.

Each year L’Oréal Australia also awards three of Australia’s best and brightest early career women in science, with their $25,000 Fellowships. Over the past decade close to 30 astronomers, geneticists, biologists, and mathematicians  have been awarded these fellowships and last year New Zealand awarded their first fellow.

Read more about the L’Oreal For Women in Science Fellows. 

Four Australian and NZ female science leaders (and two expats) have also been awarded L’Oréal’s Women in Science Laureates.

Read about them here. 

All the stories we write about women in science  are tagged as such, so you can find them here. Or by searching womeninscience.

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