Postgraduate O'Week 2021 - 2 Minute Thesis Entries
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- Louisa – “Developing Next-Generation Anti-Microbial Surfaces: Metal Doped and Hydrothermally- Etched Substrates”
- Xiaofan – “Validation of fracture simulation of welded connections in critical civil structures using neutron diffraction”
- Kyran – “Investigation of metal carbonates for cost-competitive thermal batteries”
- Harrison – “Enhancing Tumour Radiosensitivity Using Small-Molecule Glycosylation Inhibitors”
- Nisal – “Rational design, engineering and structural characterisation of resilin-mimetic modular polypeptides for tissue engineering”
- Bryce – “Probing Long- and Short-Range Order in Functional Energy Materials”
- Sarah – “Development of novel thermoresponsive polysaccharide platforms for improved therapeutic delivery”
- Alice – “Understanding the Pea Protein Gelling Behaviour from molecular to macro-scale for the development of Dairy and Meat Analogues”
- Jolene – “Understanding the effect of human processing on Australian archaeological ochre for provenance”
- Nicholas – “Extending Titan Mineralogy”
- Arslan – “Investigating Physicochemical Interactions in the Development of Thunderstorm Asthma”
- William – “Effect of scan pattern on residual stress, microstructure and mechanical properties of Ti-6Al-4V printed by electron beam powder bed fusion”
- Stuart – “Designer Solvents for Understanding Protein Solubility and Stability”
- Daniel – “Developing phage depolymerase enzymes to disarm Klebsiella pneumoniae”
- Bijil – “Bio-enabled interfacial engineering of hybrid electrocatalysts for hydrogen production”
- Bohao – “Using giant clam shell geochemistry to understand past environmental change and human-environment interaction in the South Pacific”
- Chloe – “Late Quaternary environmental change and seasonal resource use along the Central Murray River using freshwater shell midden sclerochronology”
- Senlin – “Localizing monomers within hexagonal lyotropic liquid crystal template for the fabrication of nanofiltration membranes”
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