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Perri Campbell is the new face of Geelong’s emerging knowledge industry.
The Deakin University researcher is one of three local women who reveal their intriguing work in the new edition of Geelong Coast magazine (GC).
“What is it we are really capable of?” Dr Campbell asks.
Out now at all good newsagents, GC is the region’s premier glossy lifestyle magazine.
People, places, ideas and familiar faces – they’re all in the latest edition of GC.

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