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Nichole Barry uses next-generation radio interferometers to look back in time to the infant Universe. Her cutting-edge analysis techniques will allow her to observe the faint glow of gas that the first stars inevitably destroy, and from this information, she hopes to constrain models of the Universe so we can investigate the last-remaining mysteries of the Universe, including the origin of dark matter and dark energy. She is a Forrest Fellow at Curtin University, and was previously an ASTRO 3D postdoctoral research at the University of Melbourne. She received her PhD in Physics in 2018 from the University of Washington, and loves to play the electric guitar and any type of sport.

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