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Title: Surface characterisation of Cryptosporidium oocysts for the development of novel filtration systems for commercial applications.

Summary:

The aim of this study is to use Atomic Force Microscopy, surface force measurements and microeletrophoresis to characterise Cryptosporidium oocysts. This will allow us to create better theoretical models for the design of novel separation technologies and new strategies for its destruction. This are of study, recognised in the McClellan Report on the Sydney water crisis of 1998 as a critical element of the water treatment process, will provide fundamental information on managing the world-wide issue of the recurrence of Cryptosporidia in water supply systems. The outcomes of this study will include improved Cryptosporidium removal in water treatment processes.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

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C00002034

Dr P Mulvaney Dr M Bruchez

2000: $76,920.00

2001: $80,920.00

2002: $76,920.00

Administering Institution: The University of Melbourne

Title: Novel, highly fluorescent quantum dots for bioconjugation

Summary:

Quantum Dot Corporation has developed a new method for immunoassays based on the synthesis of highly fluorescent quantum dots (small semiconductor clusters). In order to expand the range of applications, new materials must be developed with tailor-made optical and fluorescent properties. The expertise at the University of Melbourne will be used in conjunction with QDC to synthesise new quantum dots and core-shell nanoparticles capable of being utilised in multiplexed bioassay systems. The new materials will be of fundamental importance to our understanding of semiconductor band structure and charge carrier kinetics, and will drastically accelerate current methods of biological testing.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002086

Dr PJ Scales Dr DR Dixon A/Prof KA Landman

2000: $50,000.00

2001: $50,000.00

2002:

Administering Institution: The University of Melbourne

Title: Enhanced dewatering of water and waste water residuals

Summary:

Dewatering is a key area of importance to the ultimate cost of residuals/sludge processing in the water and waste water industries. This project brings together Brisbane City Council, North West Water and Yorkshire Water with the aim of significantly improving the operation and solids output of dewatering devices such as gravity thickeners through the use of controlled shear and the optimum choice of flocculant addictives. The expected outcome is significantly reduced operating costs and reduced sludge volume. In addition, control of shear in dewatering has generic implications for the improvement of dewatering processes across a broad range of industries.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00001833

Prof JC Thomas Dr RI Keir Prof J Ralston

2000: $84,000.00

2001: $81,000.00

2002: $84,000.00

Administering Institution: University of South Australia

Title: The electrochemical and electrokinetic properties of pigment dispersions in nonaqueous media.

Summary:

The focus of this project is in the area of digital electronic printing. Printing is electrographic and relies on the use of a toner for image reproduction. The toner consists of charged particles in a nonpolar liquid carrier containing various charging, dispersing and binding agents. The additives assist the stability, transport and fixing properties of the particles. The object of the project is to understand the influence of additives, how they affect toner chemistry, particle charging and stability, and the effect of applied electric fields of high field strengths to these particles. Successful understanding of these phenomena will enable an Australian company to expand its business activities through the commercialisation of completely new printing technology.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

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C00002024

Prof RS Smart Dr GE Morris Dr MS Zbik Dr SA Buckingham Dr OC Celliers

2000: $45,000.00

2001: $45,000.00

2002: $45,000.00

Administering Institution: University of South Australia

Title: Optimising Aggregate Structure for Effective Mine Tailings Dewatering and Disposal.

Summary:

The project aims to optimise aggregation and dewatering of tailings from mining operations. The behaviour of fine particles (e.g. clays and oxides) in aggregation, dewatering, rheology and long-term stability is central to effective disposal. These properties can be manipulated by choice of reagents chemically and structurally matched to the specific mineral surfaces of fine particles. The project will have four programs: identification of key minerals; flocculant selection by mineral; synthesis and modification of mineral mixtures; application to aggregation and dewatering. The chemical and structural matching of flocculants will be monitored by a combination of conventional and novel techniques (cryo-EM, AFM).

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

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C00002028

Dr CA Prestidge Dr D Fornasiero Dr J Addai-Mensah Dr LA Edye

2000: $44,500.00

2001: $50,500.00

2002: $52,200.00

Administering Institution: University of South Australia

Title: Surface and Solution Chemistry for Improved Clarification of Sugar Cane Juice

Summary:

Surface and solution characterisation techniques will be used to qualitatively and quantitatively determine the polymeric and particulate colloidal species responsible for the fouling of filtration membranes used during the clarification of sugar cane juices under Australian processing conditions. The mechanisms and kinetic aspects of membrane fouling will be determined and methods for reducing this financially detrimental phenomenon will be explored. Significant benefits to the Australian sugar producers, an important export industry, will result. Increased fundamental knowledge concerning polymer and particle interactions at material surfaces will also be obtained.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

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C00002233

Prof J Ralston Prof J Franzidis Dr SR Grano Dr EV Manlapig Dr D Fornasiero Dr L Fisher

2000: $106,000.00

2001: $107,000.00

2002: $110,000.00

Administering Institution: University of South Australia

Title: Particle and Frother Interactions in Flotation Froths

Summary:

Froth flotation is one of the most important processes involved in the selective separation of valuable mineral particles from gangue. The behaviour of particles and their interactions with forthers in the froth phase is a critical, but poorly understood step in froth flotation. This project aims to develop a reliable and robust description for the prediction of particle behaviour in a froth,leading to a froth efficiency index which can be incorporated into a flotation simulation model. This model will then be used to increase the efficiency of froth flotation in Australian mineral processing operations.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 2

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C00002499

Dr VT Peykov Prof J Ralston Dr RA Hayes

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: University of South Australia

Title: A Fundamental Investigation Leading to Optimisation of Solid and Liquid Properties for Electrowetting

Summary:

In electrowetting, an electric potential applied across a solid/liquid interface is used to control the contact angle and wettability of the solid surface. In this project we will systematically characterise the physical and electrowetting properties of surfaces employed in electrowetting in order to: improve surface smoothness and homogeneity; determine the mechanisms of their ageing and dielectric breakdown. The successful completion of this project will significantly increase the fundamental knowledge of the mechanisms of wetting of charged surfaces and will facilitate the practical application of the electrowetting effect for dynamic programmable optical filters for medical imaging and electrically enhanced wetting.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002524

Prof J Ralston Dr J Addai-Mensah Dr I Larson A/Prof S Sobieraj Mr G Levay

2000: $42,160.00

2001: $42,160.00

2002: $42,160.00

Administering Institution: University of South Australia

Title: Interparticle Interactions and Water Minimisation in Tailings Treatment

Summary:

The disposal of waste materials in the form of small particles present in "tailings" is a serious problem which confronts the mineral industry worldwide. In this project, the chemistry of the particle surfaces as well as the strenght of the particle interactions will be manipulated to achieve maximum dewatering. The environment and scientific outcomes are anticipated to be very worthwhile.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 2

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C00001893

Prof JB Bremner Dr RJ Smith Dr RJ Molyneux

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: University of Wollongong

Title: Innovative Strategies for value Adding to Tropane Alkaloid Resources.

Summary:

The development of new, economical routes to knowmedical agents or to novel agents with greater potency and selectivity of action is an area of on-going interest. This project, in collaboration with Phytex Australia Pty Ltd., aims to investigate both new routes to a known, commerical cholinergic receptor blocking agent, as well as the synthesis of a structurally novel receptor modulating compound from locally available alkaloids. These alkaloids are scopolamine and calystegine C1. If successful this project would add value to two natural resources and will contribute to the continuing development of Australia's pharmaceutical industry.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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2503 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

C00002443

Dr MG Banwell Dr KG Watson

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The Australian National University

Title: Chemoenzymatic Synthesis of Novel Sialic Acid Analogues Related to the Potent Anti-Influenza Drug RelenzaTM

Summary:

Influenza is one of the most dangerous and costly afflictions known to man. In ground-breaking Australian research, an active and immutable site on the virus causing influenza has been characterised. This has allowed for the design of agents (sialidase inhibitors) which bind to the virus thereby shutting down its capacity to replicate. One of these agents, RelenzaTM, is a very strong binding agent and will shortly be marketed as the first drug for the treatment and/or prevention of influenza. This project seeks to exploit recently developed (by the applicants) chemoenzymatic methods for the synthesis of sialic acids in the preparation and testing of hither-to inaccessible 7-substituted analogues of the soon-to-be commercialised drug. There is a strong expectation that such analogues will represent excellent sialidase inhibitors. In the face of strong indications that overseas competitors are attempting to carry out research in this area it is important we bring our novel synthetic techniques to bear on this topic so that, at the very least, RelenzaTM is protected.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002458

Dr CJ Easton Mr RW Faulkner Dr GW Simpson

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The Australian National University

Title: Electrophilic chlorination: New Products, Improved Processes, and their Toxicological and Environmental Implications

Summary:

Chlorinated hydrocarbons are a diverse group of compounds which provide enormous economic and social benefit, but some of them are hazardous to human health and the environment. The aim of this research is to develop new and safer compounds, and improved processes for their manufacture, through electrophilic chlorination. Similar processes are likely to occur on exposure of proteins and other organic materials to chlorine-based disinfectants, for example during chlorination of drinking water, and the environmental and physiologicakl consequences of such reactions will also be investigated. The project will also facilitate continued informed public debate in this area.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00001844

A/Prof RW Read Dr N Kumar Dr A Heaton

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of New South Wales

Title: Synthetic approaches to new isoflavanoid-derived selective extrogen receptor modulator (SERM) compounds

Summary:

The intake in humans of high levels of dietary isoflavanoid phytoestrogens from foodstuffs such as soy, lentils and beans, has been linked to low prevalence of hormone-dependent breast, prostrate and colon cancers. Certain cancers associated with estrogen replacement therapy can also be eradicated by treatment with synthetic selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs). This project deals with the development of methodologies for the preparation of new isoflavanoid-derived SERMs. It will provide a new range of isoflavanoids as candidates for drug development in partnership with a leading Australian company with an international reputation in the field.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C10027020

A/Prof PF Alewood Dr WD Meutermans Dr AM Bray Dr MT Smith Prof DJ Craik

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of Queensland

Title: Scanning Peptide Conformations: A New Structure-Function Approach

Summary:

In this project we aim to establish solid phase routes that allow rapid access to cyclic peptidomimetics which contain an aryl or alkyl link between two backbone nitrogen atoms in a peptide. The synthetic development will take advantage of Chiron's unique multipin technology. This will enable us to generate sets of discrete memetics where the position and type of link is alterd thereby mimicking different groups of conformers of the linear peptide. Such sets could provide a versatile and systematic approach to discover bioactive conformations and could thus significantly aid rational development of therapeutic drugs. We will evaluation this conformation-scanning concept using an opioid peptide as model and associated bioassays.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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2504 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

C00002103

Prof NJ Hoogenraad Prof BA Stone Mr IM Stuart

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: La Trobe University

Title: Antibody-based quantitation and location of non-starchy polysaccharides in cereals, malt and brewhouse products

Summary:

Immunoassays will be developed for non-starchy polysaccharides originating from cereal grains that have significant impact on malt quality and brewery performance. The immunoassays will be based on two existing monoclonal antibodies that will be suitably configured for use under production conditions. The immunoassays will be used as "in-process" control tests leading to more uniform malt quality, to assist in brewing process quality control leading to more efficient brewing, and as screening tools for breeding of improved malting barleys. The antibodies will permit immunocytochemical assessment of the deposition of polysaccharides in the endosperm cell walls during grain development and their removal on germination.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002461

Dr P Marriott Mr R Kinghorn Mr R Minett Mr J Leeder Prof K Bartle

2000: $51,000.00

2001: $41,000.00

2002: $22,000.00

Administering Institution: Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Title: Multiresidue, multicomponent and general chemical analysis by using novel, highly sensitive chemical separation methodology

Summary:

Chemical analysis depends upon identification of individual components and accurately measuring these components at the desired levels. Separation methods constitute a cornerstone for provision of this information. Applications such as trace environmental analysis, and highly complex mixtures analysis (e.g. petrochemicals) challenge present laboratory methods. Multiresidue methods for characterisation particularly of environmental samples represent the limits of technology, since it requires separation capabilities for a wide range of sample types and very sensitive detection. Until now, this has been difficult to achieve because conventional methods do not deliver these requirements in the one analysis. This project will use a new method developed at RMIT to achieve superior chemical analysis of almost any sample that is traditionally analysed by gas chromatography. Potential benefits to all users of GC are significant.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002330

Dr MD Willcox Dr HJ Griesser Dr L Meagher

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of New South Wales

Title: Surface force study of molecular interfacial interactions of proteins and lipids with polymers

Summary:

Vision correction devices offer insufficient long-term performance because proteins and lipids from the tear fluid adsorb irreversibly onto the devices, and proteins denature on their surfaces. The interfacial forces which cause these processes are poorly understood. This project aims to investigate at a molecular scale the interfacial interactions taking place when biological molecules approach polymer surfaces, using a modified atomic force microscope. It will be investigated whether it is possible to balance interfacial forces thereby reducing absorption. The strategic basic knowledge gained is expected to lead to design of devices with reduced adverse long-term consequences due to adsorbed biological molicules.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002187

Dr WA Maher Mr F Krikowa Mr GE Chapple Mr PJ Snitch Mr SJ Paull

2000: $50,000.00

2001: $51,000.00

2002: $50,000.00

Administering Institution: University of Canberra

Title: Integrated measurement of the chemical forms of essential and toxicologically important trace elements in nutritional supplements, food biological tissues and fluids

Summary:

At present no commercially available equipment and standard methods are available for the cost effective routine measurement of the chemical forms of trace elements in samples. This project will develop an integrated measuring system based on coupling a Perkin Elmer high performance liquid chromatograph (HPLC) to a Perkin Elmer inductive coupled mass spectrometer (ICP-MS) for measuring the chemical forms of selenium, mercury, antimony, tin, chromium and arsenic, in nutritional supplements, food, animal tissues and human blood and urine. The information gained in the development of analytical protocols will be used to prepare standard methods of general use by Australian food and drug registration and environmental regulatory agencies. This will allow the essential nature and the toxicology of these elements to be assessed and used to set food and drug compliance, food safety, occupational exposure, and environmental protection guidelines. This collaboration will allow Perkin Elmer, the industry partner, to develop their HPLC-ICP-MS hardware and software.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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2505 MACROMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY

C00002075

Dr GP Simon Dr HJ Griesser Dr PJ Murphy

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: Monash University

Title: ANALYSIS OF THE CHEMICAL EFFECTS WITHIN POLYMERS DURING OXYGEN PLASMA SURFACE ACTIVATION

Summary:

An important aspect of ophthalmic lens treatment involves coating of the polymeric substrate to improve impact, abrasion, glare and cleanability properties. Plasma cleaning and/or deposition is increasingly being used. Only some polymers show good coating adhesion following plasma surface pretreatments, the factors not yet understood. Plasma treatments also produce UV radiation which can cause delayed damage below the substrate surface and this must also be controlled. This fundamental project seeks to understand the effect of substrate chemical composition and the effect of plasma etching conditions and UV on such properties and, by varying processing parameters, improve the properties of plasma-treated plastics.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00001937

Prof EC Reynolds Dr GH Talbo Dr IG Barr Ms M Margetts

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of Melbourne

Title: Proteome characterisation using 2D-gels and the nanospray ion trap mass spectrometer

Summary:

Techniques have been established at The University of Melbourne Dental School for the characterisation of the outer membrane proteomes of Gram negative bacteria using 2D-gel electrophoresis and Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Ionisation (MALDI) and Electrospray Ion Trap (ESIT) mass spectrometers (MS). The aims of the project are (i) to develop efficient hydrolysis and peptide recovery methods from 2D-gels using electrophoresis and capillary-LC and (ii) the development of the nanospray attachment to the ion trap MS for peptide sequencing using fragmentation analysis. The expected outcome of this work is the development of rapid and sensitive methods for proteome characterisation and the identification of surface antigens of bacterial pathogens of commercial interest to CSL Ltd. The characterisation of the surface antigens may lead to the commercial development of immunodiagnostic, prophylactic and therapeutic products.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00001920

Dr TP Davis Dr RP Chaplin Dr FA Rasoul Dr NJ Maeji Dr CT Bui

2000: $90,000.00

2001: $76,000.00

2002:

Administering Institution: The University of New South Wales

Title: High performance polymeric supports for solid phase organic chemistry

Summary:

This project involves the molecular design of a new generation of solid phase supports for organic chemistry. The project will focus on novel grafting methods involving new monomers, macromonomers and the utilisation of new chain transfer technology. Whilst the growth of the relevant market sector is currently very fast, Chiron Technologies view that ultimate growth rates will be stunted because of the current limitations of the existing product. The aim of this project is to provide the research which will enable Chiron to launch a new product range with superior characteristics to any solid phase supports currently available world-wide.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00001887

Dr NR Choudhury Dr NK Dutta Dr DR Williams A/Prof JG Matisons Dr RL Blaine Prof M Reading

2000: $70,000.00

2001: $70,000.00

2002:

Administering Institution: University of South Australia

Title: Rapid Micro-Thermal Analysis for Nano-Structure Probing Of Complex Polymeric Materials

Summary:

Micro-thermal analysis is a very new form of thermoanalytical microscopy (combining the capabilities of advanced thermal analysis with atomic force microscopy) with considerable promise for nano-structure/property characterisation of complex materials. The project aims to develop, with TA Instruments Australia, practical methods of nano-structure and trace analysis of very low concentration phases in blends, composites, coatings etc. We will develop calibration, sample handling techniques and analysis methods to provide rapid, selective and accurate determination of nano-structured components in diverse polymeric materials. This technique will find its primary use in characterising those materials which are difficult to analyse by the existing techniques.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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C00002504

A/Prof JG Matisons Dr LG Britcher

2000: $59,000.00

2001: $63,000.00

2002: $70,000.00

Administering Institution: University of South Australia

Title: Developing New Silicon Materials Through Interfacial Polymerisation

Summary:

Most manufactured silicon copolymers contain polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) blocks. Such PDMS silicon materials suffer from poor adhesion and mechanical properties when compared to poly-diphenylsiloxane(PDPS) analogs. Generally, only a limited amount of PDPS can be blended into a PDMS formulation, to improve mechanical integrity. The project aims to make, characterise and evaluate a new generation of silicon alternating copolymers (including alternating PDMS-PDPS and siloxane-organic copolymers) and some silicon hyperbranched materials, using the novel interfacial polymerisation techniques patented within a recently completed APA(I) award, between the Polymer Science Group (Australia's largest silicon research group), with Dow Corning Australia, the nation's largest silicone manufacturer.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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2506 THEORETICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY

C00002244

Dr JR Reimers Prof NS Hush

2000: $21,080.00

2001: $21,080.00

2002: $21,080.00

Administering Institution: The University of Sydney

Title: Design of supramolecular structures for use in nanoelectronics

Summary:

The development of the Information Technology industry is being driven by our ability to generate faster and better hardware, hardware that can store and process an ever increasing amount of information. To date, this has been a silicon semiconductor based technology, one for which no known method has been postulated to take it beyond the rapidly approaching 50 nm barrier: from the realm of solid-state physics to the realm of nanotechnology and supramolecular chemistry. This strategic basic research project will take molecules demonstrated to have useful electronic properties and consider the ways in which they may be assembled into functioning devices. It is feasible that Australia could become a major developer of this new technology.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI): 1

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2599 OTHER CHEMICAL SCIENCES

C00001964

Prof DW Connell Dr MR Mortimer Mr O Paepke Mr DB Haynes Ms M Hodge Dr JF Muller Dr GR Shaw Prof MR Moore

2000: $79,000.00

2001: $60,000.00

2002: $60,000.00

Administering Institution: Griffith University

Title: Origin of dioxins in Queensland.

Summary:

Studies on toxicants in Queensland coastal environments have demonstrated that an unknown process has led to contamination of soils, sediments and marine biota with polychlorinated dibenzodioxins (PCDDs) along the Queensland coast. The contamination appears to be widespread. The project consists of three stages and the individual aims and outcomes of the three stages are to (i) identify areas in Queensland in which PCDD concentrations are elevated and evaluate possible origins (ii) determine the specific process which resulted in the formation of the PCDDs and assess the feasibility of intervention strategies (iii) develop intervention strategies to minimise PCDD pollution.

Number of Australian Postdoctoral Fellowship Award(s) Industry (APDI):

Number of Australian Postgraduate Award(s) Industry places (APAI):

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