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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.
Large-scale intensive livestock production generates huge volumes of animal waste contaminated with veterinary antibiotics, further driving global antibiotic resistance.
Leading researchers in sustainable energy technologies in China and Australia are joining forces to accelerate the development of solutions that can be commercialised in both countries.
In an unparalleled collaboration, phytoplankton experts from around Australia, including those from University of Technology Sydney, have come together for the first time to establish the Australian Phytoplankton Database (APD).
Researchers have discovered a handful of "bright spots" among the world's embattled coral reefs, offering the promise of a radical new approach to conservation.
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 WT (green) and hapR mutant (red) V. cholerae A1552 inside the food vacuole of T. pyriformisOur 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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Dr Sheila Donnelly

Senior Lecturer, School of Life Sciences

Dr Sheila DonnellyA Senior lecturer within the UTS Faculty of Science, Sheila Donnelly is course co-ordinator of Biotechnology and a member of the ithree institute (previously the Institute for the Biotechnology of Infectious Diseases (IBID).

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