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On in less than 2 hours. Today's member guest produced a great panel at ASC2016 in Brisbane last week on the Cultural value of science communication (…/).

Lisa Bailey is Program Manager at RiAus, Australia’s Science Channel. Starting out in research she obtained her PhD in biochemistry at the University of Adelaide. She has worked as a science communicator at The University of Adelaide, with Bridge8 and with the Royal Institution of Great Britain. In 2009 she joined the brand new RiAus in Adelaide, where she now manages a varied science engagement program of online content, events and art exhibitions. Lisa was the the Inspiring Australia Manager for South Australia 2013-14.

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This webinar is the eleventh Meet the Member in the 2016 ASC webinar series. The series is free for all current members of the ASC and SCANZ.

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