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Three ATSE Fellows become Honorary Bragg Members
The Royal Institution of Australia have inducted three ATSE Fellows as Honorary Bragg Members: Dr Megan Clark AC FTSE, Professor Maree Smith FTSE and Alan Joyce AC FTSE.
Honorary Bragg Membership is the highest category of membership awarded by The Royal Institution of Australia and recognises excellence in scientific achievement and commitment to science in Australia.
“In Australia, we are truly fortunate to have so many remarkable scientists and scientific leaders, who are each making a significant contribution to the future of this country and beyond,” said Peter Yates AM FTSE, Chair of the Royal Institution.
“We are pleased to welcome our new inductees and to celebrate the achievements of these inspirational people.”
Dr Clark is currently Head of the Australian Space Agency and a director of Rio Tinto, CSL Limited and CARE Australia. She was Chief Executive of the CSIRO from 2009 to 2014.
Professor Smith is a leading researcher in discovery/translation with particular expertise in the novel pain therapeutics field. She is inventor of several patented analgesics technologies, with one licensed to the University of Queensland spin-out company, Spinifex Pharmaceuticals.
And Mr Joyce has been CEO and Managing Director of the Qantas Group since November 2008. In this time, he has overseen the biggest transformation of Qantas since it was privatised in 1995, including the turnaround and renewed growth of Qantas International and the expansion of Qantas and Jetstar throughout Asia. Before this he was the founding CEO of Jetstar.
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