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Roles for quorum sensing and biofilm formation by Vibrio cholerae in resistance to protozoan grazing
This research will benefit Australia through an increased fundamental understanding of how our model bacterium,Vibrio cholerae, survives in the environment.
Professor Jill Slay's research has focused on Forensic Computing for the last ten years although she has a well-established international research reputation in a range of aspects of cyber security including critical infrastructure protection and
Feedback destabilizing control of electro-osmotic flow for reducing fouling and enhancing productivity of membrane systems
Fouling reduces throughput and productivity of membrane systems and as such increases operating costs and reduces profitability of water treatment industries. This work aims to reduce fouling by reducing the amount of solute at a membrane surface by de...
Saving Energy with Biocatalysis - Energy efficient production of chemicals avoids high reaction temperatures and pressures. Nature's solution is catalysis by enzymes that operate at mild reaction conditions.