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Rylie's research has applications in replacement of organ function such as the heart
17 July 2015

Dr Rylie Green has been promoted to Senior lecturer at the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering. 

Rylie’s research is in biosynthetic polymers.  Her team has specific expertise in:

Engineering heavyweights: Christoph Arns, Rose Amal, Veena Sahajwalla and Nigel Lovell - among the seven UNSW academics named in the annual Top 100 Most Influential Engineers in Australia list.
8 July 2015

UNSW has again dominated the annual Top 100 Most Influential Engineers in Australia list with a total of 22 researchers and alumni appearing in this year's list.

Engineering is a most misunderstood field.  We need to educate the community about its breadth and reach.
7 July 2015

Currently the percentage of women enrolled at UNSW Engineering is 22%.  In some biomedical engineering courses it is as high as 46%.  But there is still work to do in order for girls to see the huge and wonderful potential of the world of... read more

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In Profile - Alex Patton

PhD Student – Biomedical Engineering
Alex’s story is a little different from most, he worked in industry for almost two years before starting his post graduate research studies in Biomedical engineering. Alex says he’s drawn to this area because it’s a big challenge, incredibly interesting and no-one’s ever done it. He feels like a pioneer. 

 

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