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Karlie Noon: Reaching for the stars
by Anna Salleh
Australian Broadcasting Company Translate This Article
21 October 2016
On 21 October 2016 Australian Broadcasting Company reported:
Indigenous science graduate Karlie Noon fought hard to get a double major in pure maths and physics. At 18, she became the first in her family to make it to university when she was accepted into a combined maths and physics degree at the University of Newcastle. Earlier this year, she landed a job with CSIRO's Indigenous STEM Education Project.
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