CSIRO staff profiles with surnames starting with L.
Ta-Yan Leong joined the CSIRO Division of Plant Industry in 1982. He joined Head Office in 1994 and was instrumental in driving CSIRO’s Asian engagement
Alexander (Alick) Lascelles
Professor Lascelles was an immunologist and physiologist best known for his work on immunity to mastitis. He contributed to scientific knowledge on the origin, characteristics and mechanisms of transfer of antibody in mammary glands, as well as the transfer of immunoglobulins into colostrum.
Dr. Katherine Locock
Dr Katherine Locock leads the Drug Discovery Chemistry team in the Manufacturing Business Unit of the CSIRO in Melbourne, Australia. […]
Alexander Victor ‘Bill’ Lyon (1886-1962)
Early life Alexander Victor ‘Bill’ Lyon was born on 19 January 1886 in the small town of Apsley, Victoria. Tertiary […]
Gerald Lightfoot [1877–1966]
Mr. Lightfoot came to Australia in 1906 and joined the Commonwealth Bureau of Census and Statistics where he was responsible for establishing the Bureau's Labour and Industrial Branch and extending it to the main industrial centres of the Commonwealth.
Studies and early career Dr Bruce Lee completed a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Hons) at the University of Sydney […]
Robert Hocquard Leicester
Biography Robert Hocquard Leicester was born in 1935 in Singapore of Eurasian parents, Phyllis (nee Hocquard, School teacher) and Norbert […]
Biography John Lowenthal obtained his PhD in Immunology from the University of Melbourne in 1984. After postdoctoral positions at the […]