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Professor Dayong Jin, finalist in the 2015 University of NSW Eureka Prize for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Scientific Research

UTS aims for a double Eureka moment

Two UTS researchers have been selected as finalists in this year’s Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, including Professor Dayong Jin for Excellence in Interdisciplinary Scientific Research.
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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.
One of the oldest and most spectacular animals found in the Sydney basin has become a casualty of the city’s love for bush gardens.
New evidence is emerging that climate change could join overfishing as a major threat to the world's seafood supplies.
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Two UTS researchers have been selected as finalists in this year’s Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, including Professor Dayong Jin.

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Cover of 'Staying sane in the fast lane' bookOur 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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The Chinese Medicine Clinic undertakes a wide scope of teaching and research activities relating to Traditional Chinese Medicine We have invested extensively in our research facilities with advanced specialised scientific instruments and equipment to benefit our students and researchers.

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Mary CouplandMary Coupland has a passion for teaching mathematics based on the firm belief that all students can be motivated and supported to achieve and need not be left behind due to special needs, interruptions to study, family circumstances, or even a past history of low success.

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