Every winner of the UNSW Bragg Prize for Student Science Writing

Since the competition’s inception in 2015, here is every single winner of the UNSW Bragg Prize for Student Science Writing to date.

2018:

Winner of the UNSW Bragg Student Prize 2018

Preethika Mathan

Essay title: I-Care

Santa Sabina College, NSW

 

Runners up

Coco Dwyer and Ruby Mumford

Essay title: Technology is not only all around us, it’s inside us

Star of the Sea College, VIC

 

Sienna Ters

Essay title: Celebrating 40 years of MRI technology, and why we need it more than ever

Santa Sabina College, NSW

 

2017:

Winner of the UNSW Bragg Student Prize 2017

Sam Jones

Essay title: It’s what’s on the inside that counts

Kedron State High School, QLD

 

Runners up

Carol Ge

Essay title: The fate of the Great Barrier Reef

Radford College, ACT

 

Ebony Wallin

Essay title: The Very Hungry Caterpillars

Dalyellup College, WA

 

2016:

Winner of the UNSW Bragg Student Prize 2016

Chelsy Teng

Essay title: An innovative instrument: the scanning helium microscope

James Ruse Agricultural High School, NSW

 

Runners up

Gemma Macaulay-Black

Essay title: Can you hear me?

Frensham, NSW

 

Marissa Petrakis

Essay title: From here to the stars: discovering the supernovae

Meriden School, NSW

 

2015:

Winner of the UNSW Bragg Student Prize 2015

Jessica Kitchen

Essay title: A pendulum conundrum

Central Coast Grammar School, NSW

 

Runners up

Holly Reid

Essay title: Lighting up the universe: what a flame test reveals

Canterbury Girls Secondary College, VIC

 

Priya Soni

Essay title: X-rays – superpowers brought to life

Central Coast Grammar School, NSW

Eliza Brockwell

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Eliza is the Digital Producer for Careers with STEM. Eliza is passionate about creating content that encourages diversity of representation in STEM.

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