Karlie NoonSuperstar of STEM Mentor and Superstar of STEM Alumna
Museum of Applied Arts and Science
Ms Karlie Alinta Noon is a Gamilaroi astrophysicist with over a decade’s worth of experience in science communication. She has extensive knowledge in Indigenous heritage and STEM education and is passionate about making STEM, including Indigenous knowledges and values, accessible to everyone. Karlie is co-author of the award-winning book Astronomy: Sky Country and is currently undertaking a PhD in astrophysics at the Australian National University. Karlie’s research uses radio telescopes and simulations to explore the chemical and dynamic characteristics of cold clouds emanating from the Milky Way’s nuclear wind.