Back in Australia

October 25, 2010 at 11:05 am Leave a comment

This is a quick note to report that I’ve moved back to Austalia to work for the Royal Institution of Australia, as Science in society facilitator, with funding from the Australian Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research. My role is about implementing the Inspiring Austalia strategy at the state level, working with the South Australian Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology.

I’m still researching participatory science and policy processes for my PhD at ANU, details of which are here: http://cpas.anu.edu.au/person/cobi-smith

For the moment the best way to keep track of what I’m working on is probably via Twitter.

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  • it's stunningly beautiful sunshine & blue skies in Geneva today. Suddenly it's the coolest city in the world and I don't want to leave 1 day ago
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