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With revered researchers such as Laureate Professor Scott Sloan and Professor John Carter leading the way, geotechnical engineering at the University of Newcastle is on solid ground.
With mobile devices, everyone wants maximum memory on the smallest piece of technology. So scientists are locked in a constant battle to find the most efficient methods of storing data.
Boasting an unmatched worldwide reputation as a leader in bulk solids handling, TUNRA Bulk Solids (TBS) has close links with a variety of industries both domestically and internationally.
Professor Kevin Galvin’s Reflux Classifier may sound like a creation akin to time-travel machines in fantasy films. In reality, it can save the global mining and minerals processing industry billions of dollars.
When people ask this world-renowned mathematician what brought him to Newcastle, he tells them it was CARMA.
A chance to work in the airline industry propelled Professor Natashia Boland’s research career.
Providing Australia with a viable plant-based fuel drives the work of Professor Chris Grof.
Professor Paul Dastoor's solar paint technology could turn every residential roof into an electricity generator.
Efficient large-scale power generation from geothermal and other low-grade heat sources has become a reality with the release of a revolutionary new technology.
A successful collaboration between two internationally renowned researchers is using medical science and computer analysis to unlock the mysteries of cancer and other diseases.