Potential projects

Project name Degree types Supervisor
2016 Banwell Group Honour Projects Honours Professor Martin Banwell
A deeper understanding of the most important organic reaction Honours
Higher degree by research
Professor Michael Sherburn
A method for tuning the temperature coefficient of capacitance of Bi-based pyrochlore dielectric ceramics Higher degree by research Professor Ray Withers
A polymer brush designed to behave as a switch Honours
Higher degree by research
Professor Edith Marie Sevick
Ab initio quantum chemistry of crystals Higher degree by research Professor Michael Collins
Accurate computational methods Honours
Higher degree by research
Professor Michelle Coote
Alkynylselenolatoalklidynes and related unsaturated organoselenium ligands Higher degree by research Professor Anthony Hill
Antibiotic resistance at the molecular level: new targets for drug design Higher degree by research Professor David Ollis
Approximate ab initio quantum chemistry Higher degree by research Professor Michael Collins
Areas of research Advanced undergraduate degree
Honours
Higher degree by research
Professor Michelle Coote
Artificial photosynthesis Higher degree by research Associate Professor Ron Pace
Astrochemistry Higher degree by research Dr Terry Frankcombe
Biophysics, biochemistry & structural biology Advanced undergraduate degree
Honours
Higher degree by research
Carbon gasification Higher degree by research Dr Terry Frankcombe
Carbon wires with metal-carbon multiple bonding Higher degree by research Professor Anthony Hill
Cell surface receptor Higher degree by research Professor David Ollis
Cell-free protein synthesis Higher degree by research Professor Gottfried Otting
Chemical ecology Higher degree by research A/Prof Russell Barrow
Chemical origin of nanoscale polar domains in PbZn1/3Nb2/3O3 Higher degree by research Professor Richard Welberry
Cheminformatics & biostatistics Advanced undergraduate degree
Honours
Higher degree by research
Chiral multidentate ligands with stereogenic As and or P donor atoms Higher degree by research
Chiral transition metal complexes as potential anticancer drugs Higher degree by research
Clathrate modelling Higher degree by research Dr Terry Frankcombe
Complex metal hydrides Higher degree by research Dr Terry Frankcombe
Computer simulation of polyrotaxanes Honours Professor Edith Marie Sevick

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