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2019 Women in Physics Public Lecture hosted by the University of Western Australia

The Department of Physics at the University of Western Australia, along with the Australian Institute of Physics is presenting a FREE Public Lecture.

Come along and listen to Dr Helen Maynard-Casely, from ANSTO.

Dr Casely’s expertise is in the study of small molecules and ices under pressure – she completed her PhD in High Pressure Physics at the University of Edinburgh. She is currently working as an instrument scientist for the WOMBAT high intensity powder diffractometer. Much of this work is motivated by the wish to understand the interiors of planetary bodies.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/how-neutrons-will-save-the-world-tickets-63507394326

2019 Women in Physics Public Lecture hosted by Macquarie University

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Macquarie University, along with the Australian Institute of Physics is presenting a FREE Public Lecture.

Come along and listen to Dr Helen Maynard-Casely, from ANSTO.

Dr Casely’s expertise is in the study of small molecules and ices under pressure – she completed her PhD in High Pressure Physics at the University of Edinburgh. She is currently working as an instrument scientist for the WOMBAT high intensity powder diffractometer. Much of this work is motivated by the wish to understand the interiors of planetary bodies.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/how-neutrons-will-save-the-world-the-super-particle-tickets-64154457710

2019 Women in Physics Public Lecture hosted by the University of Tasmania

The School of Physical Sciences at the University of Tasmania, along with the Australian Institute of Physics is presenting a FREE Public Lecture.

Come along and listen to Dr Helen Maynard-Casely, from ANSTO.

Dr Casely’s expertise is in the study of small molecules and ices under pressure – she completed her PhD in High Pressure Physics at the University of Edinburgh. She is currently working as an instrument scientist for the WOMBAT high intensity powder diffractometer. Much of this work is motivated by the wish to understand the interiors of planetary bodies.

Register here: https://www.scienceweek.net.au/how-neutrons-can-save-the-world/