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Closer to the ‘Holy Grail’ of polymer synthesis

Researchers are getting closer to the ‘Holy Grail’ of polymer synthesis, that is, having precise control over the location of monomers in a polymer chain.

Staphylococcus aureus bacterial biofilm on an indwelling catheter.

One of the scourges of infections in hospitals – biofilms formed by bacteria that stick to each other on living tissue and medical instruments, making them harder to remove – can be tricked into dispersing with the targeted application of nanoparticles and heat, researchers have found.

Rose Amal awarded Honorary Fellow by Engineers Australia

Scientia Professor Rose Amal has been awarded an Honorary Fellow by Engineers Australia.

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