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Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture

The Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture of the Australian Academy of Science is awarded biennially to recognise exceptional research by Australian scientists in the physical sciences. Nominations can only be made by Academy Fellows.

RecipientsEdit

Source: Australian Academy of Science

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ 2017 Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture - Professor Barry Ninham AO FAA, www.science.org.au
  3. ^ 2015 Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture - Professor K Lambeck AO FAA FRS, www.science.org.au
  4. ^ 2013 Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture - Professor Kenneth Freeman FAA FRS, www.science.org.au
  5. ^ 2011 Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture - Professor Brian Kennett FAA FRS, www.science.org.au
  6. ^ 2009 Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture - Professor Bruce McKellar, www.science.org.au
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