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Biomedical Sciences
Nitric Oxide Regulation of Biofilms
Bacterial biofilms cause industrial fouling, corrosion and severe illnesses such as Eepticaemia, Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus. This discovery will help control and combat biofilms.
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Biomedical Sciences
A potential therapeutic for treatment of HIV/AIDS
The need of effective and cheaper treatments for HIV is critical due to increasing infection rates across the world. This invention attacks the achilles heel of HIV.
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Biomedical Sciences
A treatment for acute brain injury
Brain injury is a major medical and socio-economic problem globally and is one of the leading causes of death and disability. 'Genistein' is a neuroprotective treatment for brain injury.
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Biomedical Sciences
A 'non-invasive' easy test for inflammatory bowel disease
This invention will provide faster and accurate testing that can be performed by your local doctor.
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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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Director, Centre for Sustainable Materials Research and Technology
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Professor Andrew Dzurak
Scientia Professor in Nanoelectronics School of Electrical Engineering & Telecommunications, UNSW

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