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Water, Environment and Sustainability
Packaging from Banana Trees
Renewable Plastics - converting the abundant waste of banana trees into eco-friendly packaging. UNSW researchers have developed a bioplastic technology to produce plastics from banana stems.
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Next Generation Materials
Sensing implant wear using nanocomposites
A nanocomposite sensor material for orthopaedic implants that monitors stability, stress and any signals of implant failure.
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Next Generation Materials
Coalsim - Predict gas production from coal seam gas reservoirs
An invention that predicts gas production from coal seam gas reservoirs with greater accuracy to improve gas yield calculations. Coal seam gas accounts for 27% of Australian gas reserves; is set to supply at least 30% of Australia's domestic market by 2030, and 50% of gas demand in eastern Australia.
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Biomedical Sciences
Visible-light cured dental and surgical materials
This invention is a new method to produce safer, non-toxic, more durable resins for the dental and medical professions.
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Next Generation Materials
Tougher bearings, bushes and gear motors
This technology is a leap ahead for brass alloys. ‘Low-Cost High Entropy Brasses’ (HEBs) with their unique alloy composition are up to 20% cheaper.
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Next Generation Materials
Quality control for producing more powerful solar cells
A new tool to measure the photoluminescence of solar cells, quickly, with more flexibility than ever before.
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Next Generation Materials
Precision Plastics
An invention to produce specialised plastics to meet highly sophisticated industry design needs.
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Next Generation Materials
Creating Patterns in Silicon by Ink Printing
Printed Ink Based Patterning of Silicon for Solar Cells and Circuits
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Next Generation Materials
Superior brass fittings and fixtures
A new class easily machinable and formable brasses. Superior physical and mechanical properties. Lighter in weight and 20% cheaper to produce than regular brasses.
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Next Generation Materials
Getting to the core of the problem
Lower cost, and faster set up time for triaxial strength testing of diamond drill cores of rock or concrete.
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Professor Veena Sahajwalla
Director, Centre for Sustainable Materials Research and Technology
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"I have had tremendous support from the entire NSi team over the past few years as my team have developed new patents and worked to find commercial partners for our silicon quantum computing technologies."
Professor Andrew Dzurak
Scientia Professor in Nanoelectronics School of Electrical Engineering & Telecommunications, UNSW

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