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Coral Compounds Research

C3 is developing new facilities to promote sustainable harvesting of corals and production of unique bioactive compounds.
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Urban Heat Island Research

C3 researchers are using smart sensor technology to identify urban hot spots to better control heat emissions, reduce heat stress in urban populations and design healthier cities.
Professor Peter Ralph comments on the release of Think Tank Australia21's report on the opportunities for algae farming in Australia
PhD candidate Caitlin Lawson, from the UTS Climate Change Cluster (C3), has won the 2017 UTS Science 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition with her presentation titled “Gas-Powered Reefs”.
UTS scientists are about to search the Great Barrier Reef for resilient corals that show adaptation to climate change and study their genetic hardware.
Using new techniques, that target bacterial genes, specialised nitrogen-fixing bacteria have been identified for the first time.

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2016 Annual Report

C3 Annual Report cover thumbnailView our Annual Report for a wrap up of C3's 2016 achievements.


 

Featured PhD Scholarship

marine algal experiment

Support the algal bioeconomy

An opportunity to work with marine algal strains, supported by CSIRO. Domestic students only, applications close 14th August.

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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Phone: +61 2 9514 4203
Email: c3admin@uts.edu.au
 
C3 Office 
Building 4
Room CB04.06.337
745 Harris Street
Ultimo NSW 2007, Australia
 
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PO Box 123 
Broadway NSW 2007, Australia
 
Media and Communication enquiries
Marea Martlew +61 2 9514 1766
 
Industry/Research Engagement enquiries
Dr Pavlina Naydenova +61 2 9514 8332
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