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Chemical and Biomolecular Engineers have their say

Associate Professor Sandra Kentish talks about solutions to Victoria’s decreasing fresh water supply and the urgent need to restrict further climate change by reducing our carbon footprint in today’s University of Melbourne 2010 State Election web forum.

Capturing Carbon with Membranes
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Capturing Carbon with Membranes

Dr Colin Scholes from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering has written a feature article about capturing carbon with membranes in the November edition of Australasian Science.

The secret life of shampoo: Bubbles and droplets through the eyes of engineers
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The secret life of shampoo: Bubbles and droplets through the eyes of engineers

Associate Professor Ray Dagastine and Dr Rico Tabor, from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, discuss their research into bubbles and droplets and their role in our world, in a wide range of industrial processes from consumer products to greenhouse gas absorbtion.

Growing bodily tissues: An engineering perspective
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Growing bodily tissues: An engineering perspective

Hear Associate Professor Andrea O’Connor, from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, discuss her research into tissue engineering and its future possibilities.

Dr Angus Johnston receives Young Tall Poppy Science Award
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Dr Angus Johnston receives Young Tall Poppy Science Award

Dr Angus Johnston, from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, has received a Young Tall Poppy Science Award for his nanotechnology research into targeted drug delivery.

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Melbourne School of Engineering Teaching Awards

The inaugural Melbourne School of Engineering (MSE) Teaching Awards were held on Friday October 1, 2010.