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A/Prof Patrick Spicer and Jie Song
In the world of formulated fluid products, there is a costly knowledge gap in being able to predict a fluid’s stability. This has been the focus of a highly successful...
Associate Professor Jian Zhao
In collaboration with SunRice, one of the largest rice companies in the world, UNSW School of Chemical Engineering researchers have discovered that rice bran protein contains peptides that exhibit significant...
Lydia Yalambing (PNG University of Technology, Lae), Keith Jiram (Director, Provincial Department of Education, Lae); Scott Markham (PhD student, School of Chemical Engineering, UNSW Sydney) and Coral Colyer (formerly from Goodman Fielder Ltd) (This photo was taken when meeting with Mr. Jiram to get the support for the intervention study on children in the Lae district, PNG).
A lot people call themselves a ‘foodie’ but not everyone can take their passion one step further and turn it into a fulfilling career. UNSW School of Chemical Engineering alumna,...

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