Professor Amanda Barnier has earned an international reputation for innovative, interdisciplinary research in cognitive science and psychology that addresses important real-world problems.
Professor Stephen Foley is a specialist in igneous and metamorphic petrology and geochemistry – the physics and chemistry of rocks formed in the deep crust and mantle.
Honey bee colonies are dying more often and more quickly. We urgently need to understand why, and how to prevent it.
Australia has three native species of rice all growing in the tropics and savannah. These wild relatives grow in highly arid and highly variable seasonal conditions that will characterise future climate regimes around the world.
Since the introduction of competitive electricity markets and power exchanges the amount of risk borne by market participants has increased substantially. Electricity cannot be economically stores and requires immediate delivery.
Genes and proteins are not enough to explain the complexity of Biology. The cell adds complex sugar modifications onto the proteins and fats on its surface.
The “Genes for Treatment” study is an international multi-site collaboration involving 15 institutions from Australia, UK, Europe and the US including Macquarie University.
Dr Alexandra Woolgar’s work was the first to demonstrate that many human brain regions are adaptive. Once thought of as a fixed input/output system, the brain turns out to be far more dynamic, interactive and flexible than previously imagined.
Dr Ross Mackenzie’s work focuses on how the tobacco industry has responded to trade liberalisation to expand its operations in low and middle-income countries as well as its ability to influence domestic and global health governance.
James Martin has conducted the first criminological and sociological analysis of the illegal online drug trafficking trade.