Kai Chan (Pogson group, PS) was honoured for his contributions to science in the ACT Tall Poppy Awards this month. The Tall Poppy Campaign was created in 1998 by the Australian Institute of Policy and Science (AIPS) to recognise and celebrate Australian scientific excellence and to encourage younger Australians to follow in the footsteps of our outstanding achievers.
Dr Kai Xun Chan has been honoured for his contributions to science in the ACT Tall Poppy Awards for 2017.
Kai Chan, from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Plant Energy Biology at the Research School of Biology, was one of three researchers from ANU to win the award this year, with Dr Julie Banfield from the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, and Dr Dave Pasalich from the Research School of Psychology.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Brain Schmidt congratulated the winners...