As classes and meetings moved online in March as Aotearoa New Zealand entered Level 4 lockdown, we adapted our community outreach activities to the virtual environment.
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Becoming CEO of a startup is never straightforward, but Dr Kyle Webster has taken the ‘long road’ to an extreme
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Professor Penny Brothers and Dr Mike Price give their scientific take on whether fictional materials could be reality in a not too far off future.
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Professor Penny Brothers discusses the science behind Nth Metal from the DC Comics on RNZ Nights with Bryan Crump
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Professor Penny Brothers introduces the element Iron on RNZ Nights' Element of the Week.
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Could bio-inspired self-assembled magnetic structures make computers more efficient?
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Professor Penny Brothers was born and grew up in Auckland, New Zealand, and completed BSc and MSc (Hons) degrees in chemistry at the University of Auckland. In 1979 she was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship and set off for Stanford University to begin a PhD in chemistry under the supervision of Professor Jim Collman.
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Three MacDiarmid Institute nanoscientists tell their personal stories of life in science, and what it is like being a woman in the physical sciences.
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Professor Penny Brothers is as proud and enthusiastic talking about her family as she is her science – her screensaver is a beautiful shot of her climbing Mt Aspiring with her son Tristan. She tells me, with some pleasure, that she’s delighted to be the incoming President of both the New Zealand Institute of Chemistry and the New Zealand Alpine Club in 2016.
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Professor Penny Brothers has designed molecules that identify chains of sugars on the surface of diseased cells.
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