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New UTS Faculty of Science Building

New UTS Faculty of Science Building

Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building opened its door to its first cohort of students. Built as a 6 Star Green Star building, it provides a range of purpose-built spaces for collaborative learning and research.
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Digital artwork competition

Create a digital artwork about the new Science and Graduate School of Health building and you could be in the running to win a share of up to $800. Competition runs 13 May - 8 July.
UTS’ very own Professor Louise Ryan has received the 2015 Centennial Medal from Harvard University for contributing to society through statistical research that helps people lead healthier lives.
A UTS research team is claiming a first in super cool roof technology with a surface that stays cooler than the ambient air temperature even under full summer sun
A new wave of mesothelioma cases is becoming evident among home renovators – both men and women – though they may not develop the disease for 30 years.
A virtual reality theatre to be opened at UTS next month will transform numbers on a screen into larger-than-life, moving images.

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UTS Science in Focus: Matters of our health

Tuesday 18 August 2015

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Nanoscale technologyOur research areas draw together areas of expertise within and across UTS to promote and conduct interdisciplinary research of national and international importance.

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Insect Research FacilityWe have invested extensively in our research facilities with advanced specialised scientific instruments and equipment to benefit our students and researchers.

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Associate Professor Aaron Darling

Associate Professor, ithree Institute

Portrait of Aaron DarlingAaron Darling is an Associate Professor in Computational Genomics and Bioinformatics in the ithree institute. He has over a decade of experience developing computational methods for comparative genomics and evolutionary modelling.

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