Tequila plant offers fuel for the future
Agave, the desert plant best known for producing tequila, shows promise as a source of biofuel and other biochemical products.
Growing concerns over food security mean we may need to consider alternative sources of protein in the future. Could edible insects be the solution?
Cookstoves for the developing world
Dr Cris Birzer develops humanitarian technologies for resource-constrained countries and regions
Dr Lian Pin Koh is helping to protect threatened tropical ecosystems through the use of drone technology
Zeroing in on type 1
Identifying the likely environmental triggers behind the rapid rise of childhood-onset type 1 diabetes
Assoc Prof. Jeremy Thompson
Working in reproductive health, Jeremy explores the determinants of developmental potential within mammalian oocytes and early embryos. Fascinatingly, his work covers both human and livestock reproduction.
Indigenous health and tobacco cessation
Tobacco use for Indigenous Australians is 2.5 times greater than the non-Indigenous Population. PhD candidate, Kristin Carson seeks to close this gap.
Sarah's research relates to Marine Parasitology and Molecular Evolution. Her PhD has added a wealth of knowledge to dicyemid faunal composition and ecology in Australian waters
PhD Student Harsha is developing non-invasive gene therapy treatment for Cystic fibrosis patients, in the form of an aerosol spray.
Dr Giang Nguyen
ARC Future Fellow Giang Nguyen seeks to better predict collapse at underground mine sites by understanding the way materials behave under various environmental and load conditions
A softer place to land
Showing the way for improved quality of care for parents of stillborn babies Australia-wide
Infertility and Clinical In Vitro Fertilisation
Dr Deirdre Zander-Fox is improving clinical IVF laboratory technology to benefit infertile patients
Alexander's research in Structural Geology involves analysis of the subsurface geology in the Ceduna Sub-Basin, to understand how it evolved through geological time, forming its present-day geometry.
Dr Cris Birzer
Cris’ research focuses on the development of humanitarian technologies for resource-constrained countries and regions. This research can help save millions of lives every year and improve the quality of life for billions
Dr Deirdre Zander-Fox
Deirdre’s focus is on improving clinical IVF laboratory technology. She is particularly interested in the impact of the environment during embryo development and how this can change embryo health and alter the health of the child.
Decanting greater market intelligence
Informing our wine industry’s growth strategies through a world-first database of global wine grape production
Helping our wine industry modulate flavour and alcohol levels in the face of climate and market change
Prof. Deb White
Deputy Cancer Theme Leader and Director of Cancer Research at SAHMRI, Deb's research focuses on he treatment of patients with chronic myeloid leukaemia (CML) and acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL).
Dr Damien Fordham
Damien, an ARC Future Fellow working in the University’s Environment Institute, conducts research focused on the causes and consequences of extinction
Dr Anna Goldsworthy
Anna’s research takes the form of creative practice and she has multiple projects underway involving both her chosen disciplines: music and writing
Assoc Prof. Simon Baxter
Simon’s research focuses on identifying genetic mutations that cause insecticide resistance, to help understand how these products kill pests and how they can be better utilised.
Dr Michael Sheng
Advancing the Web technologies – and particularly Web of Things ( WoT) is the main research focus for Michael Sheng, His ARC Future Fellowship project focuses on the most fundamental research question of WoT: how to efficiently and effectively manage billions of things over the future World Wide Web
Pedal to the metal
Enhancing industrial chemical production with the world’s first porous nanomaterial for analysing catalytic reactions
Passing the remote
Giving developing countries the power to protect their threatened tropical ecosystems through unique “conservation drones”