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John Anthony Rippon
Biography John Anthony Rippon was born in Stoke-on-Trent, England on 14th July 1941. His father was a baker and confectioner […]
Stub entry — contributions wanted. David Phillips from CSIRO Mathematics Informatics and Statistics, was a key contributor along with David […]
Mary Ann Augustin
Mary Ann Augustin has had several science leadership and multi-disciplinary project leader roles at CSIRO. Her main area of research is in protein structure and immunoparasitology.
Elwood Curtin Zimmerman [1912-2004]
Stub entry — contributions wanted. Elwood Zimmerman was an entomologist at CSIRO. For his work on Australian weevils, he received […]
Stub entry — contributions wanted. Paul Gottlieb from CSIRO Minerals, was awarded in 1997 the CSIRO Medal for Research Achievement […]
Brian John Boyle
Stub entry. Contributions wanted. Brian Boyle is the CSIRO Square Kilometre Array Director. He was elected fellow of the Australian […]
Fraser John Bergersen
Stub entry — contributions wanted. Fraser Bergersen from CSIRO Plant Industry, was elected fellow of the Australian Academy of Science […]
Michael Newton Barber
Stub entry — contributions wanted. Michael Barber was Executive Director of Science Planning at CSIRO. In 1992, he was elected […]