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MEDIA ALERT: UNSW Nuclear Innovation Centre launch

UNSW Sydney < 1 mins read

The UNSW Nuclear Innovation Centre will officially open Thursday 22 February 2024. The Centre has been set up to advance Australia's nuclear industry and skills, including interests in medicine, irradiated materials, waste management, space exploration and mining. The Centre will be especially relevant for Australia’s AUKUS commitments.

 

The Hon. Pat Conroy MP, Minister for Defence Industry, Minister for International Development and the Pacific, will officially launch the Nuclear Innovation Centre. We will also hear from UNSW Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Attila Brungs and UNSW Nuclear Innovation Centre Director, Associate Professor Edward Obbard.

 

WHAT: Official opening of the UNSW Nuclear Innovation Centre

 

WHO:

  • Associate Professor Edward Obbard, Director, UNSW Nuclear Innovation Centre
  • Professor Attila Brungs, UNSW Vice-Chancellor and President
  • Hon Pat Conroy MP, Minister for Defence Industry, Minister for International Development and the Pacific
  • Hon Matt Thistlethwaite MP, Assistant Minister for Defence, Assistant Minister for Veterans’ Affairs, Assistant Minister for the Republic
  • Ms Jasmine Diab, President of Women in Nuclear Australia

 

WHEN: Thursday 22 February 2024, 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

 

WHERE: John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW Sydney

 

REGISTRATION: More info and registration

This event is free and open to the public.

 

 


Contact details:

Louise Templeton, 0413 495 994, louise.templeton@unsw.edu.au

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