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A new process to separate blends of cotton-polyester material provides a major breakthrough for recycling textile and other waste.
Deakin's jeans research strengthens safety below the belt.
Dr Rangam Rajkhowa's silky solution to hearing loss.
IFM researchers show that compounds in silk cocoons have UV-protecting properties.
Dr Jin Zhang wins Endeavour Fellowship.
Professor Xungai Wang
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The possible applications of nanofibres include:
The group is developing advanced electrospinning technologies for large-scale production of nanofibre non-wovens, continuous nanofibre yarns, bicomponent nanofibres and carbon nanofibres.
We are also exploring the unique mechanical-to-electrical energy harvesting properties of electrospun nanofibres and unique applications of surface-grooved, electrically conductive and side-by-side bicomponent nanofibres.
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