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Exonate Wellcome investment for eye treatment

Exonate Wellcome investment for eye treatment

7 February 2017

Small molecule drugs to treat macular degeneration, developed at UNSW Chemistry, has received backing from the Wellcome Trust.

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Ways we wowed in 2016

Ways we wowed in 2016

30 January 2017

UNSW Chemistry staff and students brought in awards, funding and promotions in 2016 that bolstered our position as a stellar school in Science.

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New Scientia Professor Rounded off 2016 for UNSW Chemistry

New Scientia Professor Rounded off 2016 for UNSW Chemistry

18 January 2017

As 2016 drew to a close, UNSW announced the appointment of 16 new Scientia Professors, including our own Martina Stenzel.

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Recognition of Teaching Excellence for UNSW Chemistry

Recognition of Teaching Excellence for UNSW Chemistry

16 December 2016

Transformation of first year laboratory teaching to enhance student lab skills earns the Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Award.

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Making an impression at Research and Development Topics Conference

Making an impression at Research and Development Topics Conference

15 December 2016

UNSW Chemistry students continue to amass prizes at the 2016 RACI Research and Development Topics Conference, and make an impression.

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New Funding for sight-saving drug developed at UNSW

New Funding for sight-saving drug developed at UNSW

11 December 2016

Biopharmaceutical company, Exonate, has raised nearly £1.5 million pounds (or AUD$2.56 million) in funding for a treatment for wet age-related macular degeneration based on compounds developed in the labs of UNSW chemist, Associate Professor Jonathan Morris.

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Student Awards from November RACI Meetings

Student Awards from November RACI Meetings

6 December 2016

UNSW Chemistry students won awards at the Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology Conference, and the Organic Chemistry Symposium, both organized by the Royal Australian Chemical Institute.

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Top Prize for Single Molecule Biosensor Research

Top Prize for Single Molecule Biosensor Research

6 December 2016

Scientia Professor Justin Gooding and his team won the Biosensors and Bioelectronic Award for the most original contribution to the 2016 Biosensors Congress.

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Austalian Academy of Science David Craig Medal awarded to David Black

Austalian Academy of Science David Craig Medal awarded to David Black

18 November 2016

For his outstanding contribution to organic chemistry, eminent UNSW scientist Professor David Black AO has been awarded the Australian Academy of Science 2017 David Craig Medal.

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Celebrating good guys

Celebrating good guys

16 November 2016

Students who make the school a better place for everybody recognised with inaugural UNSW Postgraduate Council Research Student Awards.

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