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Using instrumentation he developed, Associate Professor Adam Deller has recorded a time-lapse movie of the material launched by merging neutron stars 125 million light years away. He was the 2020 winner of the Pawsey Medal. @Swinburne 

We are seeking the brightest early-career physicists in Australia. 🌟 The #Honorifics21  Pawsey Medal will be awarded to a researcher within 10 years of their PhD. Nominate a colleague by 25 May. @ausphysics  @EMCRForum 

Prof Naomi McClure-Griffiths has examined how the Milky Way is structured, lives its life, and interacts with its neighbours. An internationally recognised radio astronomer, she was the 2015 winner of the Pawsey Medal. @scienceANU  #honorifics21 

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Know an outstanding early-career physicist? The Pawsey Medal is awarded to such a scientist up to 10 years post-PhD. Nominations for #Honorifics21  close 25 May. @ausphysics  @EMCRForum 

The 2020 recipient of our Pawsey Medal, Associate Professor Adam Deller, studies the most compact objects in the universe: neutron stars and black holes. Instrumentation developed by him has been used by major astronomical facilities across the globe. #Honorifics20  @Swinburne 

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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