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Young Tassie Scientists at Flinders Island School

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  • Flinders Island School
    121 Thule Road, Whitemark TAS 7255, Australia

This year's Young Tassie Scientists are University of Tasmania scientists who are keen to share their work through interactive talks and hands-on activities in Tasmanian schools and communities during National Science Week.

Some of the Young Tassie Scientists on the North-East road trip are:

Alex Paton (She/her), Ecologist - Zoology & Invasive Species
Arjun Jothish Nair (He/him), Public Health Engineering - Menzies Institute for Medical Research
Emily Attrill (She/her), Neuroscientist - Muscle Physiology
Funmi Akindejoye (She/her), Neuroscientist - Brain health, art and Environmental science
Heath Dimsey (He/him), Mathematician - Mathematical Chemistry
Jasmine Peterson (She/her), Mathematician - Graphs, maths and data
Joseph Cresswell (He/him), Geophysicist - IMAS, UTAS
Nana Sarpong (He/him), Botanist - Eucalyptus genetics
Nina Gunawan (She/her), Chemist - Chemistry of poo
Reyhan Ramazanova (She/her), Lawyer - Artificial Intelligence, Disability and Human Rights
Samantha Bramich (She/her), Neuroscientist - Sleep Science
Sarah Sawyer (She/her), Medical Researcher - Emergency medicine and patient care
Shasta Henry (She/her), Entomologist - Insect identification
Sophie Young (She/her), Astrophysics - Black holes and galaxies
Zane Farnum (He/him), Neuroscientist - Stress and Brain Health

The Young Tassie Scientists program is made possible by National Science Week funding from the Australian Government and is brought to you by the University of Tasmania.