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As newbies into the Faculty of Science, we would like to know what motivates you, your expectations and also what you do in your spare time. Complete the survey and be in the draw for two movie tickets.
A mass coral reef bleaching event at One Tree Island in the southern Great Barrier Reef has been described as “the worst ever seen” by UTS marine scientists.
Research by neuroscientists at UTS, the University of Sydney and the Garvan Institute has revealed a new insight into fear memories that might help to explain how disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) arise and why they are so difficult to treat.
Velvet gecko hatchlings born in a future warming climate may be slower learners and have lower overall survival rates, new research suggests.
Ms Divya Vinod, a PhD candidate from the UTS School of Life Sciences, has been investigating a novel idea involving the use of crops - like sunflowers and salad leaves - as absorbers of selenium, a naturally occurring element that surfaces during coal mining.
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Dr Mary Garvey
Senior Lecturer, School of Life Sciences

Mary GarveyMary is a clinician in the UTS Chinese Medicine Clinic, and a Lecturer in the Chinese Medicine undergraduate program at UTS. She completed an Advanced Certificate of Acupuncture at the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1990, and has undertaken further clinical studies in herbs and gynaecology in Shanghai and Beijing.

 

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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.