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ANU scoops four out of five Australian Laureate Fellowships

By johnboy 7 July 2010 0

Canberra’s Australian National University is celebrating taking out a stunning four out of 15 Australian Laureate Fellowships:

Anthropologist Professor Margaret Jolly, mathematician Professor Amnon Neeman and specialist in human rights law Professor Hilary Charlesworth are the local recipients; Professor Hanna Kokko will come from the University of Helsinki to pursue her evolutionary biology research at ANU. The Fellowships will be awarded at a ceremony in Cairns tomorrow by Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research Senator Kim Carr.

ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Chubb said the awards recognised some of Australia’s finest researchers and would allow them to pursue work in areas of national importance.

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