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Fellow Year Project Report
Jennie NELSON, Jennie 2008 To study the technical aspects of tertiary Forensic Science education and practice - U.K., Canada PDF  
Elias MESSAIKE, Elias 2007 To study current advances in ear identification and their application in Australia - Belgium, Netherlands, UK, France PDF  
Jennie YOUNG, Jennie 2005 To study ways in which to use space and aerospace to inspire school students to follow career paths in science and engineering - USA, Norway, Germany PDF  
Matthew RYAN, Matthew 2003 To study the technical infrastructure, management models and educational programs for school children at sites which operate radio and optical astronomy facilities - USA, U.K., Italy, France PDF  
Kirsty WRIGHT, Kirsty 2003 To investigate improved methods of DNA profiling for use in forensic casework and Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) - USA, U.K. PDF  
Mike ROACH, Mike 2001 To investigate new, innovative materials and educational programmes developed by NASA with the aid of science teachers to stimulate students using their natural interest in science and astronomy - USA PDF  
Alicia EVANS, Alicia 2000 To study the nature and impact of forensic nursing agencies - USA
Penelope STOYLES, Penelope 2000 To study science communication and teaching/learning strategies in science museums and science centres - Singapore, USA, UK, France, Italy PDF  
Roger BUTTERMORE, Roger 1998 The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to study bumblebee research facilities - New Zealand, France, Netherlands, Czech Republic, UK, Canada PDF  
Rodney MCKEMMISH, Rodney 1998 The Donald Mackay Churchill Fellowship to conduct research into new computer forensic techniques - USA, Canada, France, Netherlands, Germany, Israel
Peter NELIPA, Peter 1997 To study crime scene management strategies, evidence collection techniques and post scene evidence examination - Israel, USA, Germany, UK, Russia PDF  
Sara JONES, Sara 1995 To study the development of practical forensic podiatry skills for use in assisting criminal investigation - USA, Canada
Phillip ALLAN, Phillip 1994 To investigate the exhibitions and programmes of key science centres - USA, Canada, UK
Gail KELLY, Gail 1992 The Bank of Queensland Churchill Fellowship to study instructional design techniques for the planning and production of educational material in the field of remote sensing - USA
Richard SHELDRAKE AM, Richard 1992 To study the latest concepts of policy development and the management and motivation of agricultural research scientists - USA
Linden WOODWARD, Linden 1991 To visit national broadcasters to study science broadcasting, particularly for a youth audience - Denmark, Sweden, Finland
Wallace COWLING, Wallace 1990 The Grain Pool of WA Churchill Fellowship to investigate methods of recombinant DNA technology for use in the development of lupins resistant to certain virus diseases that currently threaten the Australian lupin industry - USA
Harold HALLENSTEIN, Harold 1990 To study the jurisdiction and administration of the British Coroner and the American Examiner/Coroner including the provision to them of services in forensic pathology, toxicology, forensic science and police - USA, UK
Noel DAVIES, Noel 1988 The Gallaugher Bequest Churchill Fellowship to visit leading research and applications laboratories in the area of gas chromatography and mass spectrometry, with emphasis on analytical work in the fields of natural product chemistry and forensic science a
Barrie HULSE, Barrie 1988 To visit research institutions and manufacturers of scientific instrumentation and equipment and to study their approach to the design, development and manufacture of such equipment - USA, UK, Canada
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