Distinguished Professor Withford is recognised for his pioneering work developing advanced laser microfabrication technology
Distinguished Professor Nicolle Packer has transformed our understanding of how cells interact. Her work on glycans, the sugars on the surface of every cell, has implications for how we treat infections, cancers, infertility and many other diseases.
Distinguished Professor Michelle Leishman is an internationally renowned plant ecologist who works at the intersection of invasion biology, plant conservation, urban greening and climate change adaptation.
Distinguished Professor Michael Gillings is internationally recognized for his pioneering work on the evolution and dissemination of antibiotic resistance.
Methanol is becoming a cheap and sustainable source of carbon. Currently more methanol is produced than is purchased which makes it an ideal waste-resource for creating valuable products. The catch of course being, how do you transform methanol into what you really want?
Facial Tumours aren’t the only transmissible disease impacting on Tasmanian Devils. Associate Professor Michelle Power and her team have been investigating the ecosystem of microbes devils carry around with them.
Understanding how the brain works is one of the greatest challenges of modern science. With its incredibly complex structure, encompassing billions of neuronal and other cells, many of the dynamics of the living brain remain to date, uncertain or entirely unknown to medical science.
Modular Photonics, passive fibre-optic technology that significantly increases data transmission capacity
M Squared supplies advanced photonics platforms to researchers around the world and collaborates with Macquarie in order to explore new light-based applications.
Australia’s most difficult and costly biosecurity challenge