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Honours project: Get involved the citizen science project that combines field ecology and molecular biology for echidna conservation.
Honours project: Investigate the dietary effect of eucalyptus terpenes on drug metabolising enzyme CYPs and UGTs in Australian marsupials.
Honours project: Investigate new metal-organic frameworks for biomacromolecule encapsulation and protection
Honours project: Work with some of South Australia’s leading scientists on a research project about plant systematics and population genetics, evolutionary ecology or plant macrofossils.
Honours project: This project investigates the plasticity of lifespan in the honeybee and the disposable soma theory.
Honours project: Study the meiotic organisation of monotreme sex chromosomes – that’s genetics research into the platypus and echidna.
Honours projects: This project could develop along a couple of paths. either developing a lidar (active) that measures Raman-scattered light from water, and which will ultimately be deployed at Davis Station in Antarctica as part of a larger campaign to understand the influence of the Southern Ocean in the Earth’s climate system; or quantifying methane leaks, based on a knowledge of the local atmospheric conditions and measured methane concentrations.
Precision measurement expert Professor Andre Luiten has received national recognition for supporting the needs of industry.
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Australian high school students are invited to submit a short video about one of Australia’s big science challenges.