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    Mapping interstellar magnetic fields

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2020/994-mapping-interstellar-magnetic-fields
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    Why you should never stop stargazing

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2019/915-why-you-should-never-stop-stargazing
    3 Sep 2019: From a little boy staring in wonder at the night sky to the head of Physics at the University, Dr Andrew Cole has never lost his curiosity about the mysteries held in space. “I was inspired by the night sky and trying to understand why things
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    Catalyst for curiosity

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/1271-catalyst-for-curiosity
    14 Jun 2022: Spending much of her childhood on a rural property at Flowerpot in Southern Tasmania, Emmaline Lonergan grew up with a deep appreciation for nature, particularly the marine environment of the nearby D’Entrecasteaux Channel. She says this idyllic
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    Detective or explorer...you decide!

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2017/384-detective-or-exploreryou-decide
    21 Aug 2017: It’s no secret that scientists get to do some amazing stuff. They see things in a different way. It might be scanning the frozen landscape of Antarctica from the deck of a research vessel, it might be investigating outer space through a telescope,
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    Double degrees hit the right note

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/1272-double-degrees-hit-the-right-note
    14 Jun 2022: Emily Swanson and Simon Ramirez are both enrolled in double degrees. The nature of work is changing, with today’s university students likely to have multiple careers over their lifetime. So it makes sense that many students are enrolling in two
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    Released into the wild

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/released-into-the-wild
    18 Jul 2022: Jessica Morrison had to change courses in the final year of her bachelor’s degree in order to study her honours year in Tasmania, but she says it was completely worth it. And being awarded the $7500 Governor’s Environment Scholarship was a
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    Tracking SpaceX and NASA missions

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2018/792-tracking-spacex-and-nasa-missions
    19 Nov 2018: The University is providing high-precision positioning data and telemetry support for a range of space missions, including the SpaceX missions to resupply the International Space Station. The collaboration is the University’s latest contribution to
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    Drones to look after Tassie animals

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2021/1126-drones-to-look-after-tassie-animals
    12 Apr 2021: Drones are being increasingly embraced as a powerful, cost-effective tool in wildlife management. Yee Von Teo will spend the next three years monitoring large mammals in Tasmania using drones for her doctoral research. Her PhD project is supervised
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    Geography was a major improvement to Georgina’s science degree

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/geography-was-a-major-improvement-to-georginas-science-degree
    30 Sep 2022: Georgina Newton was a high achiever in high school and excelled at maths, which is why she chose to study a Bachelor of Science at the University of Tasmania, majoring in Mathematics. When choosing electives for her degree, she picked some units from
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    Physics graduate awarded for supermassive research achievement

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2017/335-physics-graduate-awarded-for-supermassive-research-achievement
    29 Jun 2017: A University of Tasmania Honours graduate has secured a prestigious national award for her research into supermassive black holes and galaxies, highlighting the strength of the institution’s astronomy program. Madeline Marshall is the 2017

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