CMSR Research Fellow Dr. Adam Cross was awarded the 'Woodside Early Career Scientist of the Year' at the Premier’s Science Awards! The award is wonderful recognition of Adam’s work in restoration and shines the spotlight on the importance and significance of restoration research projects in globally.

“Dr Cross is already an internationally renowned expert on carnivorous plants and his research is working to rehabilitate mining landscapes into health ecosystems, offering Australia’s mining industry evidence-based outcomes to meet their regulatory requirements on landforms.” Curtin University Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research Professor Chris Moran said the annual awards showcased the impressive leadership and achievements of WA’s science community.
“The Premier’s Science Awards celebrate research and engagement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and I am delighted that Curtin researchers continue to be recognised among the State’s finest contributors to the field,” Professor Moran said. “Professor Bland and Dr Cross are making their mark on the world stage, inspiring the next generation of scientists to consider the exciting opportunities a career in STEM can offer.”
The Premier’s Science Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of the Western Australian science community during National Science Week.
The awards cover all fields of science, including natural, medical, applied and technological science, engineering and mathematics.
For more information about the Premier’s Science Awards, visit here.