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  1. How to Apply

    REGISTER YOUR INTEREST Applicants for Melbourne and Manchester jointly awarded/dual PhD projects should: Identify a project of interest Register their interest via an email to the …

    mmgrg.research.unimelb.edu.au/2020/12/09/how-to-apply

  2. Identifying the mechanisms of sub-clinical corneal inflammation during contact lens wear

    Have you ever wondered what happens to the surface of the eye when you apply a contact lens? Some people suffer from red and painful eyes …

    mmgrg.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/11/17/identifying-the-mechanisms-of-sub-clinical-corneal-inflammation-during-contact-lens-wear

  3. Microscale fluid dynamics around coral surfaces

    This fully funded project will develop a new biophysical approach to coral studies, integrating mathematical modelling, numerical simulations and lab-on-chip experiments. Although the Great Barrier Reef spans more than …

    mmgrg.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/17/microscale-fluid-dynamics-around-coral-surfaces

  4. Quantum measurement of donors in near-surface ion implanted devices

    This PhD project will be based at the University of Melbourne with a 12 month stay at University of Manchester. Project Description: Einstein’s most revolutionary idea, …

    mmgrg.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/17/quantum-measurement-of-donors-in-near-surface-ion-implanted-devices

  5. Exploring therapeutic alliance for digital mental health

    Effective digital health interventions can be used to supplement under-resourced traditional forms of therapy or in some cases replace them. These interventions can reduce the resource …

    mmgrg.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/17/exploring-therapeutic-alliance-for-digital-mental-health

  6. Nanostructured membranes for selective toxic gas separation

    The global chemical industry is facing a crisis in dealing with polluting emissions and the resulting environmental impact. This PhD programme is focused on solving these …

    mmgrg.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/17/nanostructured-membranes-for-selective-toxic-gas-separation

  7. Sea-level rise and everyday lives in small island states

    This doctoral project will focus on strategies of ‘fortification, accommodation and retreat’ in response to sea-level rise in small island states. The doctoral candidate will be …

    mmgrg.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/17/sea-level-rise-and-everyday-lives-in-small-island-states

  8. Creative industry policy transfer to Asian countries: Exploring the role of UNESCO and the British Council

    The cultural and creative industries have travelled far and wide from their initial policy uses in Australia and the UK. Virtually every country in the world …

    mmgrg.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/17/creative-industry-policy-transfer-to-asian-countries-exploring-the-role-of-uneso-and-the-british-council

  9. Material politics, urban nature and residential neighbourhood design in the Global South: how architecture can rupture and repair the native, historical, and cultural landscapes of modern Mexico

    In 2019, the Intergovernmental Panel on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services released a report declaring that up to one million species are at risk of extinction within …

    mmgrg.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/17/material-politics-urban-nature-and-residential-neighbourhood-design-in-the-global-south-how-architecture-can-rupture-and-repair-the-native-historical-and-cultural-landscapes-of-modern-mexico

  10. Mycocyclosin-based photoaffinity probes

    Professors Munro and Hutton have an established collaboration investigating enzymes from the human pathogen Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb), with the overarching aim to characterize their functions and …

    mmgrg.research.unimelb.edu.au/2019/10/17/mycocyclosin-based-photoaffinity-probes

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