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Science in Parks: Leadbeater’s Possum

>>Jo: Beautiful ranges of mountain ash forest in the Central Highlands at Mt Donna Buang, which is home to our State Faunal Emblem; the Leadbeater’s Possum. My name’s Jo Antrobus, I’m the District Operations Coordinator for Parks Victoria for Dandenong Ranges Yarra Ranges District, which mostly covers the Central Highlands of Victoria. The Leadbeater’s Possum […]

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Nicola Warton, UNSW Science Graduate | Alumni Spotlights

As an environmental consultant I use a real range of skills that I learnt at uni from soil classification and identification to data management, data processing, data interpretation, writing skills, people management, a whole range of skills that I’ve learnt. When I finished high school, I had no idea what I wanted to do long […]

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Science at Uber: Improving Transportation with Artificial Intelligence

Data is everywhere, so the use of data and algorithms to make better decisions can transform almost every aspect of life and at Uber, we’re very fortunate because we’re at the center of a transformation in transportation around the world, as well as providing employment and work opportunities for lots of people. I’ve always been […]

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Meet a Co-op Student! | Molecular Biology & Genetics | Kim Pho

(relaxed music) – Hi, my name is Kim. I’m in honors, molecular biology, and genetics, and I’m a clinical research assistant at Charlton Medical Centre in Hamilton. It has been great. I’ve been learning a lot about, just things that I’ve never been exposed to in my classes. It’s been a really great chance to […]

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