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This project aims to develop a new generation of nanoscale InAs/GaSb devices produced ‘from the bottom up’ using state-of-the-art 3D templated semiconductor growth methods. This material’s key feature is a pair of electron and hole layers separated by a few nanometers.
Bioelectronics is a frontier field which aims to connect biological systems with modern electronics and so create the next generation of biomedical devices. A key challenge in bioelectronics is transducing ion and electron signals using some form of biocompatible functional interface.
We have recently built the first protein 'methylation network' for any species. This project will study the dynamics of this network during the cell cycle and will identify protein complexes which have methylation-associated interactions.
The Australian mining and minerals processing industries generated exports of around $56 billion in 2004/5, representing approximately 44 per cent of Australia?s total exports. Grinding is one of basic operations in minerals processing, liberating valuables from the host rock.
A research opportunity exists for undergraduate and higher degree research student in science and engineering to investigate the use of advanced nanomaterials for microalgae harvesting and processing at UNSW's School of Chemical Engineering.
Novel waste recycling process will improve the efficiency of Electric Arc Furnace steelmaking, lowering costs and energy consumption, thereby enhancing the international competitiveness of Australian steelmaking industry.
Our advances will deliver the fundamental science that will enable the aluminium industry to consume substantial amounts of plastic waste, including plastics that are currently unsuitable for recycling.
Our aim is to mathematically model the impact a new cell-delivered anti-HIV gene therapy can have in
suppressing HIV and in protecting the immune system from depletion. It is significant because for the first time
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