Podcast No.7: Nancy Millis, AC (14.1 Mb mpeg-4; 59 minutes)
Nancy Millis, AC is a microbiologist. She has had a long career as a leader in her field, becoming Australia's pre-eminent industrial microbiologist. She held a personal chair in microbiology at the University of Melbourne where she still serves as Professor Emeritus and Chair, CRC for Water Quality & Treatment. She has served on a number of advisory bodies to government, and at the time of the interview was Chancellor of La Trobe University. She spends her mornings in her office where she usually has her door wide open, available to students and staff who come to her for discussion and advice on all manner of things. This interview was undertaken with the participation of Doug McCann, at the time Honorary Librarian of the Royal Society of Victoria. This interview © Copyright Nancy Millis, Doug McCann & Craig Robertson, 2005. Note: An article based on this interview was published in VAST (Voices of Australian Science & Technology), by The Royal Society of Victoria.
Music in this podcast includes extracts from Helen Gifford The Spell and Larry Sitsky Arch, both played by Larry Sitsky on his album Contemporary Australian Piano, courtesy of Move Records © 1988.
In my study: notes on the study project, why we do it; see In my study No.7 (4.6 Mb; 4' 03").
Nancy Millis, AC: selected bibliography
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