New South Wales

2001 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2004 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2005 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2006 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2007 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2008 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2009 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2010 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2011 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2012 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2013 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2014 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2015 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2016 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2017 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2018 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2019 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »


2020 New South Wales Award Winner

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY Research Field: Star Dust Stars burn their hydrogen gas and progressively convert it into other elements, like carbon, silicon, iron etc. In the right conditions, these elements can... Read More »