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Rachel L. Webster


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The University of Melbourne

250 Princes Highway

Werribee, Victoria,3030


Company Description

Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, teaching and engagement. Melbourne's teaching excellence has been rewarded two years in a row by grants from the Co...more

Background Information

Employment History


Astronomy Australia Ltd

Astrophysics Research Group

The School of Physics

University Representative

Australian Square Kilometre Array Consortium


National Committee for Astronomy


University of Toronto

Research Fellow

University of Melbourne

Member of Innumerable Committees

American Astronomical Society


International Astronomical Union


Astronomical Society of Australia


Royal Society of Victoria


University College

Member of Innumerable Committees


Gender Action Committee Co-Chair


WALLABY Team Member


Board Member

Great Melbourne Telescope


Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy

Board Member

Space Telescope Science Institute

Chair of the Visiting Committee

Victorian Geothermal Assessment Report Steering Committee


Melbourne Energy Institute

Chair of Victorian Geothermal Assessment Report Steering Committee

Australian Institute of Physics



climate change

The University of Melbourne




Monash University


Sussex University


University of Cambridge

postgraduate degree

Cambridge University

postgraduate degree

Sussex University

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Behind the Scenes - Making the HUMAN Book Trailer - Hayley Camille

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Our make-up artist Rachel turned up each day laden with special effects make-up and hair equipment and did an amazing job transforming our main character from a mild-mannered archaeologist into a mud-covered, scratched-up cave-woman (on location in a wet forest too!).
Professor Rachel Webster is a lecturer and lead research academic at The University of Melbourne, and was kind enough to let us film in her office for the afternoon, which gave brilliant authenticity to our leading male character, astrophysicist, Dr Orrin James. Rachel poised for makeup fixes and Filip ready to roll as Clayton and Jasmine discuss Ivy's cello scene.

Australia ESO Strategic Partnership - Astronomy Australia Ltd

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Professor Rachel Webster, Chair of Astronomy Australia Limited and Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Melbourne, said: "Astronomy Australia Limited, as a consortium of the Australian universities and research institutions involved in astronomical research, strongly supports the Government's announcement.

Review: Exoplanets & Life in Space - Science Communication Panel Event - The Royal Society of Victoria

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Chair: Professor Rachel Webster, Astrophysicist, The University of Melbourne
Rachel Webster with David Zerman Prof Rachel Webster with RSV President David Zerman So, when Rachel Webster was asked at the start of this event, what turned her onto science, it was satisfying to hear her say she had two clear recollections. The first was as at age eight. Something triggered in her a desire to be a scientist, so she asked her mother what she needed to do and then she never strayed from that path - to high school maths, physics and chemistry and onto University. Once at University, it was a Summer School outreach program which led her to Astronomy. This will hearten colleagues who have spent many hours in very unglamorous camping spots eating yet more bad sausages and white bread as they share their enthusiasm for their subject with impressionable newcomers. That enthusiasm is infectious and it was evident in Rachel's four very keen, bright colleagues who joined her at this event to share knowledge of space exploration. Now, all that astronomy stuff is great, but I am even more curious about what else was going in the life of eight-year-old Rachel Webster which made her become so determined that science was for her. I look forward to reading that in her memoirs if she ever gets a break from the exciting world of astrophysics to write them! Professor Rachel Webster, Astrophysicist at the The University of Melbourne with an active interest in climate change and in particular the development of large-scale renewable energy projects.

Astronomy Australia Limited - People

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Prof Rachel Webster
Chair and Director Appointed 20 November 2015 until 2018 AGM Prof. Rachel Webster is a Professor at The University of Melbourne in the School of Physics where she leads the Astrophysics research group. She has had a stellar career teaching and researching astronomy for over 20 years. Originally gaining her doctorate thesis at Cambridge University, she has spent productive years honing her skills in Canada at the University of Toronto, both teaching and doing research. Her work has been internationally recognized with internationally prestigious scholarships. She was also the inaugural AIP Woman in Physics Lecturer. She is a key member of an international consortium involving Australian, American, Indian and New Zealand astrophysicists to help design and build a new low frequency radio telescope (Widefield Array) at Mileura in Western Australia aiming to detect the first luminous sources in the universe. Rachel is a member of the International Astronomical Union, and a Fellow of the Astronomical Society of Australia, the Royal Society of Victoria, and the American Astronomical Society. Rachel is a member of innumerable committees, including The University of Melbourne Council, and the University College Council.

Our People | Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute

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Professor Rachel Webster
President, Academic Board, The University of Melbourne

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