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GE Algal Bio-Factory Research Projects

A range of Undergraduate Research, Honours, Masters and PhD projects available as part of GE Healthcare industry collaboration. These projects provide opportunity to work with world class researchers in the field of bio-products using renewable resources.
PhD Projects
UTS C3 uses world class research technology

Thinking about a PhD in 2016?

C3 has a range of projects for high calibre students who want to work with world experts and next generation environmental technology
The technology is ready, but what about the politics? C3 research uses hybrid lifecycle analysis to crunch the numbers.
New evidence, from C3 researchers, is emerging that climate change could join overfishing as a major threat to the world's seafood supplies.
ARC Linkage funding awarded to C3 and GE Healthcare collaboration that aims to boost innovation in Australian algae biotechnology sector.
UTS marine toxin experts are collaborating with the NSW Food Authority to better understand the impact warmer waters will have on commercial oyster species