The aim of the Algae & Organic Matter Laboratory (AOM Lab) is to combine fundamental scientific understanding of the biological and physicochemical properties of microalgal and organic matter systems with the latest engineering technology, to provide sustainable solutions.
The aim of the AOM Lab is to combine fundamental scientific and mechanistic understanding with novel developments in process engineering to provide enduring, innovative solutions.
The aim of the research team is with Develop a deep understanding of underlying mechanisms at the nano and micro scale that is translated for process optimisation in industry.
A range of UNSW experts will be able to comment on key themes relating to COP28, which will be held in Dubai from 30 November to 12 December.
One fan died and others reported burns at the Swift concert. And we’re going to see similar incidents at future concerns if we don’t start planning for extreme weather.
Top academics from over ten fields have been named on Clarivate’s 2023 list of Highly Cited Researchers.
A partnership between UNSW Sydney and Flame Security International has produced BAL-40 accredited FSA FIRECOAT paint that could help prevent the spread of bushfires.