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Coal is the most important fossil fuel on the planet, comprising 70% of the ...
Advancing the potential of lithium-sulfur batteries

UNSW researchers are working hard to close the technological gaps preventing commercialisation of Li-S ...
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In recent years, lateral flow immunochromatographic assays, commonly known as lateral flow immunoassays ...
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Approximately 50% of packaging materials are used in food industries ...
Merlin Research Group

Much can be said of Associate Professor Kondo-François Aguey-Zinsou’s ground-breaking work on hydrogen as ...
A/Prof Patrick Spicer and Jie Song

In the world of formulated fluid products, there is a costly ...
Protein Recovery from Potato Processing Stream Waste Using Membrane Technology

Wastewater effluent from the food processing industries contains high concentrations ...
Fundamental research to make paint more environmentally sound

In collaboration with Allnex Industries, a team from the Centre for Advanced ...
Warning: this article may contain controversy

Associate Professor Alice Lee explains what the precautionary words “may contain” really mean and ...
Schematic illustration depicting synthesis of the 3D-hm LSMO catalysts.

Versatile superstructures composed of nanoparticles have recently been prepared using various disassembly methods. However, little ...
Polymers as potential new antibiotics

Once heralded as ‘miracle drugs’ for treating infectious diseases, antibiotics are now fast losing their ...

From the student blog

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23 August 2017

On the night of 15th August, the School of Chemical Engineering in collaboration with ...
O-Week for Semester 2
17 July 2017

Fourth-year Engineering student Hannah’s guide to making the most of O-Week ...
In the land of the engineer
7 June 2017

After seven years at UNSW Engineering, jumping straight out of his undergraduate degree and ...