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ARC-supported scientists have developed a next generation wound dressing that can detect infection and improve healing in burns, skin grafts and chronic wounds.

The research team after their return to Hobart. Credit:  Professor Hrvoje Tkalčić
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A team of ARC-supported researchers embarked on a landmark voyage to shed new light on Macquarie Island’s underlying structure and geological evolution, and…

Associate Process Qilin Wang. Credit Kev Anastacio.
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Associate Professor Qilin Wang is an ARC Future Fellow and winner of the 2020 Eureka Prize for Outstanding Early Care

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Theoretical modelling by a group of pandemic researchers has shown that populations typically disperse following major global crises, including contagions.

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‘Reflecting on the challenges of 2020, IoT could help us monitor environmental disasters, support pandemic management and enhance the delivery of services to…

Mud wasp nest samples and their development sequence. Credit: Damien Finch
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A team of ARC-supported archaeologists has been able to accurately date a significant number of the Kimberley’s most remarkable ancient rock art to more than…

 Director and ARC DECRA recipient Associate Professor Tom  Murray with actor Balang Tom E. Lewis in 2018. Credit: Tarpaulin  Productions
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Associate Professor Tom Murray is an academic and film producer based at Macquarie University, whose screen production research has been supported since 2014…

ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) recipients, Dr Nicolás Campione and Dr Phil Bell, and PhD candidate Timothy Frauenfelder, from the University of New England, have been studying opalised dinosaur teeth to help paint a picture of the eating habits and lifestyles of the largest land animals to ever roam the planet: sauropods.  The teeth were found near the town of Lightning Ridge and are ~100 million years old. Confident in the knowledge that sauropod tooth fossils with different shapes cam
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ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) recipients, Dr Nicolás Campione and Dr Phil Bell, and PhD candida

Professor Maria Forsyth. Credit: ARC Industrial Transformation Training Centre in Future Energy Storage Technologies.
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The rechargeable Lithium-ion (LI) battery has become a ubiquitous technology that underpins our lives, powering our m

Professor Antonio Di leva. Credit: Macquarie Neurosurgery.
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A team of Macquarie University neurosurgery and computer science researchers, including ARC Future Fellow, Professor Antonio Di Ieva, is investigating the use…

r Ivan Maksymov's worm research may benefit neuroscience  and robotics. Credit: Swinburne University of Technology.
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The worldwide ig nobel awards (for improbable research) showcase creative and different approaches to solving serious and complicated problems. The name of the…

Westward facing aerial view of Cape Bruguieres Channel at high tide.  Credit: J. Leach
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An international team of archaeologists from Flinders University, The University of Western Australia, James Cook University, Airborne Research Australia and…

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