How electromagnetic “eyes” are piercing the Antarctic ice to reveal a former supercontinent’s deepest secrets.
Dr Kate Selway is an ARC Australian Post-Doctoral Fellow in the University of Adelaide’s School of Earth and Environmental Sciences.
Professor Roger Clay was awarded a PhD from Imperial College, London in 1970 and came to Adelaide in 1971 as a Queen Elizabeth Fellow.
Dr Jeremy Austin is an ARC Senior Research Associate in the School of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Deputy Director of the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA at the University of Adelaide.
Stephen Lincoln is a professor in the School of Chemistry and Physics and in the Research Institute for Climate Change and Sustainability.
Professor Monro is an ARC Federation Fellow, Director of the Institute for Photonics & Advanced Sensing (IPAS), Professor of Photonics and the Director of the Centre of Expertise in Photonics within the School of Chemistry & Physics (CoEP) at the University of Adelaide.