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.
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.
Professor Per Zetterlund and collaborators have published a review entitled “Controlled/Living Radical Polymerization in Dispersed Systems: An Update” in the high impact (46.568) American Chemical Society review journal Chemical Reviews:
Research Fellow in polymeric nanomaterials for on-demand delivery
Australian Research Council - National Competitive Grants Program
From "Summary of Successful Linkage Projects Proposals for Funding Commencing in 2014":
Prof Martina Stenzel joins the Editorial Advisory Boards of Polymer Chemistry
The first issue of Polymer Chemistry, a new peer-reviewed journal from RSC Publishing is out, with 2 articles (1 providing the cover page) from CAMD researchers
Spinach chlorophyll activates polymer production line
Chemistryworld 8 December 2014
by Elisabeth Ratcliffe
UNSW Innovation Awards