Scientists from Flinders and the US have found a way to essentially uncook an egg, in a remarkable breakthrough that could drastically cut costs for the pharmaceutical industry.
Flinders University is exploring international research opportunities in clean technology and marine bioproducts, following a recent group mission to China’s Shandong Province.
A $1.1 million Clean Technology Laboratory dedicated to developing products and processes in a cleaner, greener way, will officially open at Flinders University today (Tuesday, November 19).
A groundbreaking nanoparticle system which stimulates the growth of microalgae has been developed by a team of Australian scientists, including Flinders clean technology expert Professor Colin Raston.
Establishing an integrated research and teaching institute for clean technology is Professor Colin Raston’s ultimate goal.