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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.
Do you wear runners, drink coffee or own a mobile phone? The chances are that these products cruised to you on a ship. In 2015, the global merchant fleet carried a record 10 billion tonnes of cargo, a 2.1% increase from the previous year.
Creating a culture of excellence which is open, agile and creative
The long-held vision of Climate Change Cluster (C3) Director Professor Peter Ralph to address energy and food security through algae-based industries is one step closer with the installation of a new rooftop facility atop the UTS Science Vicki Sara Building. The facility, a 600-litre Varicon PhycoFlow™ algal photobioreactor (PBR), is a first for Australia and is set to revolutionise the NSW bioeconomy.
Scientists have developed a method that allows the sulphur compound DMSP to be visualised in algal cells for the first time

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PhD Scholarship

C3 researcher Justin AshworthDo you have a background in molecular biotechnology? Contact Dr Justin Ashworth for information on strategic scholarship



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
Mailing address
PO Box 123 
Broadway NSW 2007, Australia
Media and Communication enquiries
Marea Martlew +61 2 9514 1766
Industry/Research Engagement enquiries
Dr Brenton Hamdorf +61 2 9514 8332

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