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ODT Community Science Awards - winner's announced!

  • 10 Jul 2016

The inaugural ODT Community Science Awards were launched in style on the opening night of the 2016 NZ International Science Festival and we are proud to announce the winners below. The awards were warmly received by the recipients in a memorable night,  we statue our science heroes for the incredible work and passion they bring to the industry. 

Recipients of the 2016 ODT Community Science Awards 

Lifetime Achievement     Andrew Innes, Healthy Harbour Watchers

Science Communicator   Amadeo Enriquez-Ballestero, Otago Museum

Non-profit sector            Ann Cronin, The Gasworks Museum

Business                        Peter Fennessy, Abacusbio

Sustainability                 Andrew Innes, Healthy Harbour Watchers

Student                         Charlotte Steel, Neuroscience major, University of Otago

Post grad student           Bianca Sawyer, PhD student in Physics, University of Otago

 

Thank you to our partner the Otago Daily Times, and our valued sponsors the University of Otago, Otago Museum, Vodafone, ADInstruments, Mitre10 MEGA, Curious Minds, and the Otago Polytechnic.

Read the ODT article here 

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