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Lily Shearer is a Muruwaroi woman and has been a custodian of Darug lands since 1988. Lily is a practitioner of interdisciplinary arts and is currently the General Manager of Gadigal Information Service Aboriginal Corporation (GIS). In the UK Lily was mentored by Liz Margree, the Associate Director of People Create Limited and an Associate- and Founding Member of Unlimited Theatre. Lily spent a week at Room 13 in Scotland, and also met with The Eden Project and the Southbank Centre.
“Chemistry and Carbon Fibre – A New Age of Technology”
Dr Linden Servinis is an Associate Research Fellow at Deakin University in Melbourne, with a PhD in Organic Chemistry of Carbon Surfaces. Linden's research addresses means of is making carbon fibre surfaces stronger, lighter and more crash-resistant.
Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia, has an enviable reputation as one of Australia's top teaching and research universities. With a student population of 12,000, including 1,500 international students from over 50 countries, Murdoch provides state-of-the-art facilities, excellent student services and a range of Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research programmes.
Just a puff of breath!
Non-invasive detection of disease by breath analysis is a fast, economically viable and simple alternative to blood analysis and endoscopy.The breath marker concentration difference between healthy people and patients is about parts per billion. By developing fingerprint sized biosensors covered in nanoparticles, Noushin Nasiri has been able to pick up difference in concentrations in certain compounds which can be used to test for disease.
Prof Slade is Vice-Chancellor of Bath Spa University, an institution based in South West England.
Professor Yi-Ming Chen is the vice president of Kaohsiung Medical University (KMU) since 2013.
Alick is a member of the Argan and Wakaydh Tribes of Badu. A visual artist, Alick has exhibited widely and his prints and sculptures are held in major collections around the world. He is currently Director of Badhulgaw Kuthinaw Mudh (Badu Art Centre) and Director of Mura Badulgal Native Title Committee 3rd term. In the UK, Alick met with Jeremy Coote, Joint Head of Collections at Oxford Pitt Rivers Museum, and curators from National Museums Scotland and Whitechapel Gallery
Gina Williams is a proud daughter of the Balladong (Noongar) nation. A singer-songwriter, Gina has performed all over Australia and is an ambassador for Indigenous Arts in WA, where she facilitates community song-writing workshops in Noongar language. In the UK, Gina was mentored by Tania Holland, Co-Director for Creative Campus Initiative, undertook a placement with Border Crossings and met with Serious Productions and National Eisteddfod of Wales, among others.
Size matters when it comes to fish
Jordan Goetze is providing the first comprehensive assessment of Tabu areas as a fisheries management system and is developing management guidelines that can be used to assess and improve the conservation benefits of this system. This study is allowing the thousands of local communities that are currently using these areas to better manage their fisheries.