High performance chromatography based on nanostructured monolithic polymers [ 2009 - 2013 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Dr EF Hilder

Brief description The proposed project will generate highly significant, fundamental advances in separation science by developing new stationary phases and separation technologies suitable for the analysis of very complex samples which cannot be addressed by current methods. These technologies will be applied in a wide range of areas of national importance including pharmaceutical analysis and drug discovery; environmental, clinical, and forensic analysis; energy generation and foods. The project will also lead to very significant new intellectual property having extremely high commercial potential worldwide, and thereby generates the promise of considerable direct financial returns to Australia.

Funding Amount $686,400

Funding Scheme Future Fellowships

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