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Professor Tanya Monro FAA FTSE received the 2008 Malcolm McIntosh prize for her work on improving the performance of optical fibres and her leadership in the field of #photonics . She was awarded the 2012 Pawsey Medal, & now @CDS_Australia  @tanyamonro  @ScienceGovAu  #PMPrizes 

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Prof Freeman is a Fellow of both the @royalsociety  and @Science_Academy  ; & was awarded the Pawsey Medal in 1972 & the Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture in 2013. #PMPrizes  @ScienceGovAu 

Prof Ben Eggleton FAA FTSE @ProfBenEggleton ) received the 2004 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for his contribution to communications technology, specifically in optical physics. He was awarded the 2007 Pawsey Medal, and Fellowship in 2016. #PMPrizes  @ScienceGovAu 

Dr Naomi McClure-Griffiths received the 2006 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for her insight into the structure of our galaxy, and her research leadership. She was awarded the 2015 Pawsey Medal & helped us write this explainer: #PMPrizes  @ScienceGovAu 

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Prof Howard Wiseman FAA received the 2003 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for his contribution in developing new theories for designing quantum technology. Awarded the 2003 Pawsey Medal and elected a Fellow in 2008. #PMPrizes  @ScienceGovAu  @GU_Sciences 

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Prof Marcela Bilek received the 2002 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for her progress with wafer thin materials that can withstand immense pressures. In 2004, she was also awarded the @Science_Academy  Pawsey Medal. #PMPrizes  @ScienceGovAu  @Sydney_Uni 

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Prof Mahananda Dasgupta FAA FAIP won the Pawsey Medal back in 2006 for her world-leading research in nuclear fusion physics. Nominate an early-career physics star today for #Honorifics2020 

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Our previous early-career award-winners have gone onto fantastic things—like Prof Tanya Monro FAA FTSE who won the Pawsey Medal in 2012 & is now Australia’s new Chief Defence Scientist! Nominations now open for #Honorifics2020  #NominateHer 

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In 2015, Prof Naomi McClure-Griffiths won the Pawsey Medal for her unprecedented insights into how the Milky Way is structured, evolves over time & interacts with its neighbours

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Nominate a phenomenal physicist today for the Pawsey Medal & check out all awards currently open #Honorifics2020  #NominateHer 

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Professor Steven Flammia from has been awarded the Pawsey Medal from for his contributions to quantum information science #Honorifics2019 

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Dr Paul Lasky of is awarded the Academy’s 2018 Pawsey Medal. An active member of , he’s helping uncover the secrets of neutron stars, black holes and the many mysteries of . #gravitationalwaves  #Honorifics2018 

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Nominations for the 2016 Pawsey medal for #Physics  are now open! Past winners incl @SciBry  & @tanyamonro 

Congratulations to our Naomi McClure-Griffiths, winner of @Science_Academy  Pawsey Medal for 2015 ^GR

Congratulations to our Pawsey Medal winner @naomimcgriff  from @CSIROnews ! Read more about her amazing research here:

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