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  • 2014 Australia Medi-mazing Clever Australia $1 Coin

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    In 1912, when Lawrence Bragg had the notion that X-Ray's could determine crystal structure, his bold ideas led to a Nobel Prize and the medical world embracing crystallography. Many other Australians have taken risks with ideas that have since become medical breakthroughs: The Pacemaker (1926, Dr Mark C Lidwill), penicillin (1939, Howard Florey), IVF embryo freezing (1983, Professor Carl Wood) and spray-on skin for burns victims (1999, Professor Fiona Wood).