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Professor Pat Unwin – living a life in flux

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Professor Pat Unwin – living a life in flux

When Professor Pat Unwin talks about a state of flux, he’s not thinking of political uncertainty or economic turmoil or...

March 24, 2015

Professor Laurens Molenkamp – Materials with a new spin

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Professor Laurens Molenkamp – Materials with a new spin

When Professor Laurens Molenkamp discovered the quantum spin Hall effect, he knew he was onto something big.

March 24, 2015

Kōrero with scientists 2015

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Kōrero with scientists 2015

Kōrero with Scientists brings primary and early childhood educators and scientists together in ways that help teachers to understand and...

March 12, 2015

Geoff Wilmott - attracting and repelling water

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Geoff Wilmott - attracting and repelling water

From fog harvesters to self-cleaning surfaces, Dr Geoff Wilmott is looking at how water is repelled by and attracted to...

February 23, 2015

Alison Downard - hi-tech painting

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Alison Downard - hi-tech painting

Professor Alison Downard explains "hi-tech painting" techniques to develop surface coatings to boost the effectiveness of energy storing devices.

February 23, 2015

Bill Williams - the machinery of DNA

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Bill Williams - the machinery of DNA

Professor Bill Williams explores how understanding biological problems from a physical point of view can help with better treatments.

February 23, 2015

Stephen Moratti - gels for medical treatments

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Stephen Moratti - gels for medical treatments

Associate Professor Stephen Moratti is improving gels for use in medical treatments and to act as "bandages for the body".

February 23, 2015

Simon Granville - harnessing eddy currents

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Simon Granville - harnessing eddy currents

Dr Simon Granville is developing magnetic sensors to detect eddy currents, giving crucial clues to the integrity of key infrastructure.

February 23, 2015

Shane Telfer - microscopic pores for CO2 capture

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Shane Telfer - microscopic pores for CO2 capture

Professor Shane Telfer is working to capture carbon in the atmosphere so climate change can be more effectively tackled.

February 23, 2015

Sally Brooker - environmentally-friendly plastics

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Sally Brooker - environmentally-friendly plastics

Professor Sally Brooker is using metal catalysts to develop cheap, environmentally-friendly plastics for use in a host of applications.

February 23, 2015

Penny Brothers - finding markers of disease

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Penny Brothers - finding markers of disease

Professor Penny Brothers has designed molecules that identify chains of sugars on the surface of diseased cells.

February 23, 2015

Natalie Plank - creating flexible electronics

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Natalie Plank - creating flexible electronics

Dr Natalie Plank explains how she is growing nanowires that can be manipulated to create electronic circuits on flexible films.

February 23, 2015

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