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Australharmony - Aldis family

The Rosalind Schottishe, by Douglas Callen, Esq., and dedicated to Miss Aldis, 2s. ... D. Callen, in a very graceful composition, bearing the title of the "Rosalind Schottische".
www.sydney.edu.au/paradisec/australharmony/aldis-family.php
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Where are the women in STEM?

Ruby Payne-Scott – Australian pioneer of radio astronomy. Rosalind Franklin – who showed us the structure of DNA.
www.sydney.edu.au/science/news-and-events/2018/11/19/women-in-stem.html
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Celebrating women in Sydney's creative fields

Have you had any significant role models throughout your career? Liza: I’ve had a number of wonderful mentors – firstly, Rosalind McMillan, my high school music teacher at PLC Melbourne who
www.sydney.edu.au/architecture/news-and-events/2018/02/22/celebrating-women-in-sydneys-creative-fields.html
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Complex systems projects - Faculty of Engineering

Our partners: Mr Guy Theraulaz (Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France), Ms Rosalind X.
www.sydney.edu.au/engineering/our-research/complex-systems/complex-systems-projects.html
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Kepert Group - Faculty of Science

Mr Stephen Ogilvie. Dr Tamara Church. Dr Thomas Faust. Dr Tony Keene.
www.sydney.edu.au/science/our-research/research-areas/chemistry/kepert-group.html
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C3 camps - Faculty of Science

Dr X. Rosalind Wang, The Western Sydney University/CSIRO, “Complexity measures for radio galaxy morphology analysis".
www.sydney.edu.au/science/our-research/research-centres/centre-for-complex-systems/c3-camps.html
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Research facilities

Penny Smith; Dr Helen Bramley, ARC Future Fellow Dr Andrew Merchant; and Dr Rosalind Deaker.
www.sydney.edu.au/agriculture/our-research/research-facilities.html
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NSW HSC no longer includes women’s contributions to physics

Dr Rosalind Franklin. Dr Rosalind Franklin’s unique approach to X-Ray crystallography was the first successful research delving into the structure of our cells.
www.sydney.edu.au/science/news-and-events/2018/09/27/nsw-hsc-no-longer-includes-womens-contribution-to-physics.html