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Fukushima: The Facts and the Fallout
150th Anniversary / Events

Fukushima: The Facts and the Fallout

An audio file is now available to listen to “Fukushima: the Facts and the Fallout”. Hear our experts in nuclear, chemical and structural engineering discuss the truth and misconceptions behind the nuclear crisis in Fukushima.

Professor Frank Caruso 17th in the world for materials science
Alumni / News

Professor Frank Caruso 17th in the world for materials science

Congratulations to Professor Frank Caruso, from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, who has been listed 17th in Thomson Reuters’ top 100 materials scientists in the world.

Our students in the news: Francis Heil
News

Our students in the news: Francis Heil

Chemical engineering student Francis Heil spoke to Richard Aedy on Life Matters about his work on the bionic eye project.

Events

Colloid Chemistry for Innovations in Ceramic Science and Technology

Professor Ludwig Gauckler from ETH-Zurich will present the next 2011 MERIT Visiting Scholar’s Lecture, “Colloid Chemistry for Innovations in Ceramic Science and Technology”, on Wednesday 16 Feb, 2011 at 6pm, Theatre 1, Room G04, Old Geology, Building 155.

News

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
News

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.