Mathematical and mechanical models in nano-engineering and nanomedicine [ 2009 - 2012 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Prof JM Hill; Dr BJ Cox

Brief description The major environmental problems generated from global warming and the major human health problems, like cancer and diabetes, if they are to be solved at all, will most likely be resolved making use of advances in nanobiotechnology. This proposal will position Australia as a leader in the modelling of nanodevices such as gigahertz oscillators, nano-electromagnets, nanosensors, nanosyringes and nanoporous media suitable for hydrogen storage and gas separation, which will lead to new technologies and commercial spin-offs that will be of major benefit to this country. The applicants will develop a range of topics in nano-engineering and nanomedicine, training a team that will provide the next generation of researchers in these vital areas.

Funding Amount $610,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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