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Hornsby Council samples for microalgae in Hawkesbury catchment. High levels of microalgae reveal potential algal blooms. Photo supplied.

Innovation rewarded

A research collaboration between Hornsby Council and C3 algae experts has won the 2016 NSW Annual Coastal Management Innovation Award
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C3 is a world class integrated research institute delivering research excellence in the area of food and energy security, sustainability, ecological resilience, and global health.

Positions available

C3 is currently recruiting for three positions relating to green chemicals, molecular engineering and bioproducts research. Applications close 21 December
Do you have a background in engineering,algal physiology, bioreactors or optics? UTS:C3 is looking for PhD candidates to work with industry partner GE Healthcare on algal photobioreactor projects with potential to revolutionise the sustainable production of high value bio-products.
Scientists from the UK and UTS designed novel experiments to demonstrate that corals play key roles in contributing to processes that influence their immediate climate.
The Wildlife One Health Initiative is a dynamic cross-disciplinary team of UTS scientists who aim to tackle wildlife health, loss and extinction.
The Climate Change Cluster continues to attract talented young scientists to its research programs: 2016 is shaping up as a bumper year with three Endeavour Fellows choosing to work with seagrass, coral and oyster experts at UTS Science.

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Featured research

AusPollen Network

C3's Alfredo Huete is using remote sensing technology to help establish Australia's first national pollen monitoring network Alfredo Huete is helping to establish Australia's first national pollen monitoring network.

 

Facilities

C3 marine biologist Mathieu Pernice expertise with NanoSIMS technology is helping promote biological applications for instrumentation.

Studying metabolic activity at single cell level

Dr Mathieu Pernice uses specialised NanoSIMS technology to study microorganisms at the single cell level

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