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Graduate profiles

What’s it like being a graduate at ANSTO? Read these profiles featuring some of our many graduates and scholarship recipients.

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Amy Macintosh

Amy Macintosh

Environmental Scientist Amy Macintosh is researching the impact of the petroleum industry on Australian marine life.

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Robert Mardus-Hall

Robert Mardus-Hall

Nuclear engineer, Robert Mardus-Hall, with his research partner Andrew Pastrello, are developing nuclear power based solutions for space missions to the Moon and Mars.

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Matthew Teusner

Matthew Teusner

Materials researcher with a passion for chemistry, Matthew Teusner is investigating lithium sulfur materials to support the next step in cleaner battery power.

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Monica Hibberd and Hamish McDougall

Monica Hibberd and Hamish McDougall

Monica Hibberd and Hamish McDougall are working together on research into greener and more efficient energy and battery technology.

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Robert Raposio

Robert Raposio

A desire to give people around the world greater access to the benefits of nuclear medicine is behind Robert Raposio and his research into producing radioisotopes in more efficient, cheaper and sustainable ways.

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The graduates featured here are all FutureNow Scholarship recipients, a program made possible through financial support from the NSW Government.