ASTech Deputy Director featured in top 50 women in analytical science

ASTech Deputy Director featured in top 50 women in analytical science

October 27, 2016

Trajan would like to congratulate Professor Emily Hilder, Deputy Director of ASTech, and Director of Future Industries Institute, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia; who has now been honored four times in the The Analytical Scientist's Power Lists, which feature the most influential people in the world of analytical science.

Prof Hilder has been included in The Analytical Scientist's top 50 women in analytical science for 2016.

You can also read The Analytical Scientist's full "Sitting Down With" interview with Prof Hilder, for further insights on the role of analytical scientists and "the bigger picture".

In recent years, various ASTech Steering Commitee Members have featured in The Analytical Scientist, acknowledging their contributions to this field:


Photo from The Analytical Scientist: Professor Emily Hilder

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ASTech - ARC Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies
Future Industries Institute

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