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Explore your research potential. Work on a research project under the supervision of an academic in the Faculty.
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Worms and honey

Worms and honey, the unlikely heroes

Can parasitic worms help to stop MS? Will Australian medicinal honey be the solution to antibiotic resistance? On 15 August 2017, two UTS scientists explain how their innovative research will significantly advance medical research and our public health.
When most of us go for a trim, we don’t think much of what happens to our locks after they’ve been given the chop. They probably just get swept up and chucked in the bin, destined to take up precious landfill space.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dr Noushin Nasiri has taken home first prize at the AMP Amplify Ignite competition held last week.
Launched earlier this month, the STEAMpunk girls program comprises a series of workshops designed to introduce young women in high school to entrepreneurship in the fields of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM).
Dr Pawan Sharma from the School of Life Sciences at UTS has been awarded the 2017 Ann Woolcock Memorial Award from the Assembly on Respiratory Structure and Function of American Thoracic Society.
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Dr Megan Phillips
Lecturer, School of Life Sciences

Megan PhillipsMegan is a Lecturer and the Subject Coordinator for 91107 The Biosphere and 91159 Environmental Remediation. Her research focuses on plant species in contaminated surface landscapes. She has previously explored the reproduction and life-history traits of invasive species and phylogenetically-related, non-invasive species in Australia.

 

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