2018 Queensland Women in STEM Prize winners announced!

27 Mar 2018

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An immune scientist and agricultural scientist have won this year’s Queensland Women in STEM Prize.

The Jury Award was presented to Cecile Godde, whose research aims to improve food production through sustainable agriculture.

Amy Chan was awarded the People’s Choice Award. Amy’s research looks at how we can use our own immune system to fight sepsis.

The winners were awarded a cash prize of $5000 to support individual professional development opportunities.

In Queensland our female experts in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) fields are international leaders and at the forefront of many breakthroughs and discoveries. They are working to make a difference to the wellbeing of individuals and communities locally, nationally and internationally.Competition winners were announced as part of SPACE INVADERS: To Infinity and Beyond.

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