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19 May 2017

Postdoctoral Research Associate position is now available at The Centre for Advanced Macromolecular Design (CAMD). The aim of the project is to develop environmentally friendly and scalable methodology for synthesis of high-order multiblock copolymers using emulsion... read more

Polymeric Microcapsules
16 November 2016

For student Fumi Ishikuza, undertaking a PhD in the UNSW School of Chemical Engineering’s ... read more

PhD Scholarship in Sydney (Australia)
26 October 2016

UNSW Australia (The University of New South Wales) are encouraging applications for prestigious PhD scholarships. 


Double win
7 September 2016

Associate Professor Cyrille Boyer has achieved an unprecedented feat by scooping two prestigious awards at the 252nd American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition.  

copolymer new
2 February 2016

Researchers are getting closer to the ‘Holy Grail’ of polymer synthesis, that is, having precise control over the location of monomers in a polymer chain. 

Pacifichem 2015 poster competition winner
22 January 2016

Siva Shanmugam, Chemical Engineering PhD candidate has won the student poster competition during the seventh Pacifichem Congress in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Rock stars of the new economy
14 December 2015

A/Prof Cyrille Boyer is among the newly minted Knowledge Nation 100 – the “visionaries, intellects, founders and game changers” who will shape Australia’s prosperity.

Advancing coatings technology and polymer synthesis
14 December 2015

Professor Per Zetterlund is an ARC Future Fellow and co-Director of the Centre for Advanced Macromolecular Design (CAMD) within UNSW Chemical Engineering. 

Cyrille Boyer awarded Australian Academy of Science prize
25 November 2015

Scientists who are leading the world on solar energy efficiency, helping to develop one-shot flu vaccines, and making portable biosensors to detect viruses are among the winners of the Australian Academy of Science’s annual honorific awards. 

UNSW polymer chemist wins PM's award
28 October 2015

Cyrille Boyer, winner of the 2015 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year, is mimicking nature to create functional polymers and next-generation nanomedicines to treat infectious diseases.