[ASC-list] Get your science in front of journos; "Forever Young", lecture on the science of ageing; the sound of breaking glass
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Fri May 18 00:42:07 UTC 2012
Do you know any exceptional early career researchers with peer reviewed papers and potential to be a media star?
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· The 4th Graeme Clark Oration - Forever Young: growing old gracefully with science - delivered by Dame Linda Partridge in Melbourne, Wed 18 July. Dame Linda imagines a future in which we all stay young by taking a pill that reduces the impact of ageing. She's not promising immortality, rather she's working toward a future in which we age gracefully - healthy, happy and active until the end.
· Kelly O'Dwyer, Federal member for Higgins and Amanda Rishworth, Federal Member for Kingston, have set up a woman in science parliamentary friendship group. The first event, a cocktail reception, will take place on Wednesday 20 June at Parliament House. Nobel Prize winner and 2008 L'Oréal-UNESCO Laureate Elizabeth Blackburn will be the keynote speaker.
There's more on all of the above - and other science prizes/events - in our latest bulletin. You can read it online at www.scienceinpublic.com.au<http://www.scienceinpublic.com.au>.
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