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Friday, September 2, 2016 - 12:15

Professor Geoff Faulkner wins prize for Excellence in International Scientific Collaboration

Professor Geoff Faulkner of Mater Research and the Queensland Brain Institute, alongside research partners Al Forrest, Ernst Wolvetang, Peter Klinken, and Christine Wells, has been awarded the 2016 Scopus Eureka Prize for Excellence in International Scientific Collaboration.

Presented annually by the Australian Museum, the Eureka Prizes are Australia’s most comprehensive national science awards and acknowledge outstanding achievements in Australian science and science communication.

The prize was awarded to Prof Faulkner and his partners on the  FANTOM5 project for outstanding scientific research as a result of international collaboration. The award recognises the contribution they made to address an area of global importance, and for demonstrating the values of scientific research and worldwide collaboration to promote and further the work of Australian researchers.

> Read the complete article here

> Click to learn more about the FANTOM5 project

> Australian Museum Eureka Prizes Summary