David Angell is interested in number theory and combinatorics, particularly continued fractions, irrationality and transcendence. A selection of extension articles for secondary students can be found at his
Research Interests: Focussing on studies on the detection of platelets and platelet-derived microparticles by flow cytometry, procoagulant assays, platelet functional testing and global tests of haemostasis
My broad interests include biomechanics of the diseased joint, tissue engineering as it relates to sports medicine and joint reconstruction, Arthroplasty and implant fixation, drilling of bone and osteonecrosis.
I have spent the last decade working abroad in Hong Kong, France, the United States, Canada and Australia. I am currently Lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Academic Co-Director of the Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, UNSW.