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First year PhD student, Celia Vandestadt, has had an eventful few months at ARMI. “During that time, I’ve been on radio, shook hands with the Prime Minister and spent time with the most extraordinary group of young leaders.” But that shouldn’t take anything away from the achievement of being awarded an inaugural Westpac Scholarship to […]
Having only recently arrived at ARMI, Hozana Castillo has already mastered the institute’s commercial size coffee machine. “Melbourne and I have two things in common,” she told us. “We both know what real coffee is.” Hozana is an early career postdoc and a Science Without Borders scholar from Brazil. After accepting a position at ARMI, […]
Did you know the human body needs to produce one million blood cells every second of every day to live? In patients with leukaemia, rapidly multiplying abnormal white blood cells outcompete healthy cells, leaving the body starved of oxygen and lacking immunity. Treatment for this disease includes chemotherapy that kill the leukaemia cells, but as […]
Whenever you pass by Eamon Coughlan’s work area, you’re greeted with a variety of stringed musical instruments – a guitar, a mandolin and this oddly shaped wooden gourd. Eamon is the youngest of six in a family with an Irish background. All of his sisters have been dancing to Irish music for years. Being exposed […]
Rodney Glanville is one of the primary technicians at FishCore. He attracts a lot of attention and not just because he’s great at his job. Walking around the aquarium at ARMI, it will be hard to miss Rodney Glanville. Rodney is one of the primary aquarium technicians at ARMI’s FishCore, responsible for such things as fish […]