AIBN offers Honours projects through enrolment in collaborating Schools at The University of Queensland. Summer and Winter research interns can continue to pursue their projects into an Honours degree.
- Select the Honours project advisor name to download a PDF document with contact details and additional project information.
- Contact the project advisor directly to discuss the project and arrange a meeting or visit to the AIBN lab.
- Transport in nanoporous systems
- Computational studies of ionic liquids
- Statistical mechanics of nonequilibrium fluids
- Quantum mechanics for the design of new materials.
- Developing transient protein expression systems
- Developing high throughput approaches for rapid selection of clones
- Using modern ‘omics’ approaches to gain better understanding of cellular metabolism
- Developing novel therapeutic monoclonal antibodies for infectious diseases.
- Biodegradable polyurethanes as scaffolds for spinal cord repair (Dr Bronwin Dargaville & Dr Firas Rasoul)
- Sulfamethazine-based hydrogels network and potential application for protein release and wound healing (Dr Truc Huynh)
- Peptide Hydrogels for Cell Delivery (Dr Annette Dexter & Dr Fiona Filardo)
- MRI Imaging Agents for Disease Detection (Dr Kris Thurecht, Associate Professor Idriss Blakey & Dr Hui Peng)
- Novel Block Copolymer for Lithographic Application (Dr Imelda Keen).
- Polymer vectors for gene delivery
- Polymer Theranostics: Imaging a Treatment in vivo.
- Development of Ionic Liquid/polymer “Iono-gels” as Conducting Materials
- Microfluidic Devices for Capturing Rare Circulating Tumour Cells
- Nanodevices/Nanobiosensors for Cancer Biomarker Proteins
- DNA Nanomachinery for Early Breast Cancer Detection
- Point-of-Care Diagnostics.
Additional contact information
Research Higher Degree Manager
T: +61 7 3346 3989
F: +61 7 3346 3973