|Groundrules for contaminated sites||
24 - 26 February 2016
|UTS Science Welcome and Orientation for 2016 newly enrolled students||
15 March 2016
|Contaminated Sites: Effective site assessment||
27 - 29 April 2016
Our research areas draw together areas of expertise within and across UTS to promote and conduct interdisciplinary research of national and international importance.
We have invested extensively in our research facilities with advanced specialised scientific instruments and equipment to benefit our students and researchers.
Chancellor's Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Climate Change Cluster
Dr Penelope Ajani has been actively engaged in the development, conduct and communication of biological science, especially in the area of marine phytoplankton for the past twenty years.