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Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a technology aimed at reducing CO2 emissions to the atmosphere by capturing CO2 from its source, transporting it to a storage site and storing it there securely and permanently.
A three-dimensional model of normal and abnormal atrial electrical activity is currently being developed.
My research focusses on understanding how humans process and learn about the relationships between aspects of their surrounding environment, and how such learning shapes behavior.
Recycling aluminia-carbon refractory waste in steelmaking: fundamental understanding of impurities during refractory/steel interactions
This project will deliver the technical advances for critical aspects of the recycling of waste refractories as raw materials in steelmaking.
This project provides comprehensive analysis of the role played by Asian (and Australian) visual art in understanding how places and communities are transformed by the impact of immigration/migration, displacement, and forms of social upheaval.
Bionic Vision Australia’s retinal implant will provide vision to blind patients suffering from degenerative retinal conditions, including age-related macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa. The first advanced prototype to be clinically trialled ...
Recycling waste plastics in aluminium processing: Fundamental investigations of carbon/gas reactions
This project will be a major step towards tackling the global problem of disposing waste plastics in an environmentally sustainable way, and will improve the efficiency of industrial operations, lowering costs and resource consumption.