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Distinguished Professor James Guthrie

Distinguished Professor James Guthrie has a long history of research impact upon industry and government. His work on performance reporting, accounting for intellectual capital and sustainability accounting have pioneered new approaches to accounting. James has regularly been sought out by government and industry for advice and ideas.

Professor Griffin’s has delivered major world-first developments in geochemical analysis that have revolutionised methods for determining the timing of geological events, many widely adopted as new tools by the mineral exploration industry.  His research has opened a window to the composition, structure and time of formation the deep Earth and its crust on which we live.

Distinguished Professor William Griffin

Professor Griffin came to Australia in 1986 to join CSIRO, becoming Chief Research Scientist in a short time. He then helped to establish the GEMOC ARC Key Centre at Macquarie, and was the Leader of Industry Interaction and Technology Development.

Distinguished Professor Lesley Hughes, Photo: Chris Stacey

Distinguished Professor Lesley Hughes

Over the past 20 years Professor Lesley Hughes has established an international reputation as a pioneer in the study of climate change impacts on biodiversity. This research has had a substantial influence on reshaping conservation policy in Australia and internationally.