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UTS Science is research-driven, relevant, innovative and practical, achieving success and impact for its quality teaching and research.
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2017 Science Honours projects

Explore your research potential. Work on a research project under the supervision of an academic in the Faculty.
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UTS Science Welcome and Orientation

An opportunity for 2017 newly enrolled Science students to become familiar with the university and meet fellow students.
Rising salinity levels in freshwater systems and the impact on biodiversity are global concerns. Insects play a vital role in maintaining the health of rivers and streams.
UTS Science ran the inaugural Dr Loraine Holley Essay Prize in December last year. Named in honour of our Faculty’s recently retired long-serving colleague, the prize is awarded to research students who can best describe, in essay form, how their research might benefit the needy or marginalised in our society.
A study led by UTS researchers describes for the first time an Australian parasite in native biting insects that shares an evolutionary ancestor with the Leishmania group of “flesh-eating” parasites.
UTS scientists have shown that the host in reef building symbiotic partnerships plays a bigger role in maintaining the health of the relationship that previously recognised.
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William Gladstone
Head of School of Life Sciences

Professor William GladstoneWilliam is a marine biologist with research and teaching interests in marine conservation biology, fish behavioural ecology, and marine environmental management.

 

Research

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Research areas: climate change, infectious diseases, forensics, clean energy, materials technology and more.

Research facilities: teaching and research specialised labs such as proteomics, analytical and bio-imaging, microscopy and more.