Dr Hannah Brown from the Discipline of Obstetrics and Gynaecology is the 2012 winner of the Australian-wide competition I’m A Scientist Get Me Out of Here! Congratulations Hannah! Hannah has competed for two weeks in the ORGAN ZONE against other high profile scientists. In order to view Hannah’s profile and see some of the questions that she was […]
The Robinson Institute’s Dr Hannah Brown has scientifically engaged her way to the finals of I’m A Scientist Get Me Out of Here! Hannah has answered a huge range of questions which can be viewed on her profile and has beaten some other fantastic researchers in the competition to claim a spot in the finals. […]
Dr Hannah Brown, aka Dr ScienceLover, has been in I’m A Scientist Organ Zone for just over a week. Hannah has had some great questions – one of which was ‘why are yawns contagious?’ Hannah gave a great answer and here it is! “Everybody yawns — from unborn babies to the oldest great-grandparent. Animals do it, […]
The Robinson Institute is proud to announce that one of our very own scientists, Dr Hannah Brown, Postdoctoral Associate in the Discipline of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, in Prof Jeremy Thompson’s group has been chosen to take part in the world-wide science competition I’m A Scientist Get Me Out of Here! between the 27th August to 7th […]
The Robinson Institute had a booth at Science Alive National Science Week on 10, 11, 12th August (Adelaide Showground). There are 30,000 visitors to Science Alive every year – schoolchildren, parents, families, researchers, scientists, research institutes, universities, businesses, sponsors, Government officials. What we were doing: A LIVE demonstration of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (Prof Julia Pitcher’s […]
Robinson Institute PhD student Wee-Ching has started a new science blog called All About Eggs! Wee-Ching works in the Discipline of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (i.e. the study of pregnancy and reproductive biology).