Congratulations to Hendrik (with Kathryn, Leonie and James from QUT as cosupervisors), Matthias (with James from QUT as co- supervisor) and Hannes in a quite successful collaboration with Filip Du Prez, University of Ghent. Very well done !
Our crew and colleagues at the World Science Festival in Brisbane @WSFBrisbane presenting a chemistry show to school students. Go Lewis and Vish! So important to anchor scientific thinking in society @QUTmaterials @QUT
Finally some refreshing views in the #AUKUS space, which is nearly completely missing from the public discourse https://www.npc.org.au/speaker/2023/1150-paul-keating Good on the @PressClubAust - we need deep critical debate and intellectual exploration of this particular piece of policy.
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