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Polymers as potential new antibiotics

Once heralded as ‘miracle drugs’ for treating infectious diseases, antibiotics are now fast losing their ...
Solar catalysis offers tantalizing glimpse of a clean energy future

Imagine if we could use water and solar energy to ...
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When it comes to delivering drugs, nanoparticles shaped ...
Universities – the smartest investment

Game-changing report highlights UNSW Engineering as a smart investment ...
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Researchers at UNSW’s School of Chemical Engineering, led by Associate Professor ...

UNSW researchers have been awarded $7.6 million for 25 industry-linked research projects to ...
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Formation of ultrathin, continuous metal organic frameworks on flexible polymer substrates ...
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Pinpointing the ‘sweet spot’ of new carbon capture and hydrogen storage materials ...
Closer to the ‘Holy Grail’ of polymer synthesis

Researchers are getting closer to the ‘Holy Grail’ of polymer synthesis, that ...
Toward a cure for peanut allergy

A/Prof Alice Lee awarded NHMRC grant to investigate long-term tolerance to peanuts ...
Paper featured on U.S. DOE's Office of Science homepage

Professor Sean Smith’s paper has been featured on the homepage of ...
Shape matters. Tailoring droplets for targeted delivery

New approach to the treatment of respiratory diseases called ‘SmartDrops’ ...
Super bugs beware

Associate Professor Cyrille Boyer explores novel ways to tackle antimicrobial resistance With Alexander Fleming’s fortuitous discovery of ...
PARTCAT article inside cover of Frontispiece Journal of Materials Chemistry A

An article produced by the Particles and Catalysis Group has been selected for ...

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Imagineering: Students changing the face of engineering
24 March 2017

Chemical Engineering student Tom Perfrement explains what it’s like to represent Australia at the World ...
You got an engineering job. Now what?
18 November 2016

UNSW Engineering graduate Sarah Hayes reveals what engineers can expect from their first ...
A match made in heaven
7 October 2016

Tom Perfrement explains the highly profitable love affair between engineering and business strategy ...

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