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UniMelb, UTAS professors join ANSTO board

A professor from the university of Melbourne and one from the University of Tasmania have been appointed to the board of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation . Dr Adi Paterson, chief executive of ANSTO, announced that UniMelb provost Margaret Sheil and UTas deputy vice-chancellor, research, Brigid Heywood will join the 30-year-old government organisation committed to researching and developing nuclear technology.

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