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Zoe Hawkins

Zoe Hawkins works as a Research Assistant for the University of Sydney's Centre for International Security Studies, assessing the policy implications of quantum technology for 'Project Q'. She has interned for both the International Cyber Policy Centre of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute and the NSW Branch of the Australian Institute of International Affairs. Zoe is completing a Master of International Security at the University of Sydney, and has previously studied abroad at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Her research interests include cyber security, drone technology and the future of warfare.


Articles by Zoe Hawkins (1)

  • Antibiotics: The persistence of resistance

    So far this year the rise of the Zika virus, and its similarities or differences to the Ebola pandemic, has held the health security spotlight. As such, you may have missed that last month also included the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations calling for international action on a different issue that is 'threatening to reverse a century of progress in human and animal health': antimicrobial resistance (AMR).