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Quoll and koala

Are we losing the koala and quoll?

In this UTS Science in Focus lecture, UTS scientists explain how they are working to help protect and save some of Australia’s most iconic and loved animals from the threat of extinction. This free lecture is held on Tuesday 7 June 2016.
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UTS Super Lab when the lights got out

The secret life of the UTS Super Lab

Ever wondered what happens in one of Australia’s biggest science labs when the lights go out? We sent some cameras down there one night to find out and couldn't believe what we discovered. It's no wonder we've called it the UTS Super Lab.
Xiuqiang Xie, a PhD candidate from the Centre for Clean Energy Technology, has won a 2015 Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad.
We may be one big step closer to solving the mystery of how planets, solar systems and galaxies are formed, thanks to new research into comet particles by UTS Professor Milos Toth and recent PhD graduate Dr Aiden Martin.
UTS Science PhD candidate, Hayley Suen, has won best oral presentation at the 4th annual Sydney Catalyst Post Graduate and Early Career Researcher Symposium, held in April this year.
A unique project that began as an opportunity for artists and scientists to work together is already surpassing expectations according to UTS Science participants Professor William Gladstone and Dr Lisa Roberts.
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Steven Djordjevic's research focus is bacterial pathogenesis and antibiotic resistance. His primary interests are in the interactions of molecules secreted onto the cell surface and how they interact with host cell receptors.

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