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Queensland-Chinese Academy of Sciences (Q-CAS) Collaborative Science funding recipients

Year Recipient Project name Amount Project summary
2016 Queensland University of Technology Advancing nanotechnology to make thin film supercapacitors based on graphene $125,000 This project will develop an alternative to batteries by using graphene supercapacitor for an array of products currently relying on batteries such as electric cars, mobile phones and solar energy storage
2016 Griffith University Developing whole parasite malaria vaccine $125,000 This project will develop a whole parasite malaria vaccine to produce a liposome-targeted vaccine capable of inducing both cellular and anti-body mediated immune responses
2016 The University of Queensland Advancing ultrahigh-field MRI based neuroimaging $125,000 This project will develop new MRI hardware and techniques to view schizophrenia in the human brain, including the use of MRI scans to predict the risk of schizophrenia as well as gain an understanding of how the biologically based illness emerges. Research will define neuroimaging biomarkers of schizophrenia that might lead to earlier diagnosis and management of the disease
2015 Griffith University Ancient knowledge, modern methods $125,000 This project will analyse and test traditional Chinese medicines to determine their mechanism of action, and accelerate their acceptance by Western regulatory agencies
2015 Queensland University of Technology Clean, low-cost solar electricity $125,000 This project will develop new materials and technologies to make durable, non-toxic, high-efficiency solar cells using a low-cost method
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Last updated
28 June, 2017

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