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Win a ticket to the Australian Space Awards 2020! Five to be won

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AARNET COMPETITION

Win a ticket to the Australian Space Awards 2020! Five to be won!

Australian Space Awards 2020

Thursday 26 March, Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, 6.30pm

Enter now for your chance to attend this Black-tie event celebrating individuals and businesses driving the development of the nation’s Space economy. You’ll be able to network with the best and brightest in Australia’s Space industry.

Who can enter

Early and mid-career researchers (ie. less than 15 years since you completed your PHD, minus career breaks) – this is a competition just for you.

How to enter

In 300 words or less tell us why you are passionate about Space Science. Entries must be submitted online via the AARNet Space Awards 2020 Competition Entry Form (insert link to form)

What you’ll win

AARNet (Australia’s Academic and Research Network) judges will award the five most compelling entries a ticket to the event with a seat at the eResearch community table hosted by AARNet. AARNet will also cover the cost of one return airfare and one night’s accommodation for all winners who do not reside in Sydney.

ENTER NOW 

Entries Close: 28 February 2020

Winners To Be Announced: 5 March 2020

Questions about the Competition? Please contact us: events@aarnet.edu.au

Find out more about the Australian Space Awards 2020


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