The Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing 2017 Shortlist Announced

NewSouth staff

 
Congratulations to the shortlisted authors for the Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing 2017.
 
James Bradley, ‘Fish have feelings too’
Jo Chandler, ‘Grave Barrier Reef’
Alice Gorman, ‘Trace Fossils: The silence of Ediacara, the shadow of uranium’
Elmo Keep, ‘The pyramid at the end of the world’
James Mitchell Crow, ‘Impossible Alloys’
Laura Parker, ‘Inspired by Nature’
 
Winners will be announced in November, at an event hosted by UNSW Press and the Faculty of Science, UNSW. 
 
All the shortlisted entries are included in The Best Australian Science Writing 2017, NewSouth’s annual collection featuring the finest Australian science writing of the year. The book will be launched in November and details for the event will be announced soon.
 
Judges of the Bragg UNSW Press Prize 2017:
Professor Merlin Crossley
Dr Cathy Foley
Professor Lesley Hughes
Professor Andrea Morello
Michael Slezak, editor, The Best Australian Science Writing 2017
 
 
 
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