Research Projects

Staff, post-graduate and masters students on the Orange Campus are engaged in a range of exciting research projects. Topics cover various fields and include among many others:

  • Investigating the role of a common weed (hypochaeris radicata) in Stringhalt
  • The role of pharmacists in rural Australia
  • FalconCam Project
  • Biochemical markers of pre-diabetes and diabetes progression
  • Interaction between the pine pests Sirex noctilio and Ips grandicollis and their associated fungi and nematodes
  • Oral cancer
  • Oral neurophysiology/facial pain
  • Analysis of laser-3D technology in prosthesis fabrication
  • Analysis of impression materials in dental implant construction
  • Building training capacity in pesticide stewardship in developing countries
  • Environmental management of contaminated land sites: green options
  • Computational modelling of phytoremediation of gold-mine water-discharge sites
  • Ecology of soil organisms and their environmental relevance in soil health
  • Chemical and molecular ecology of insect and plant interactions in agricultural contexts
  • Chemical ecology of interactions among grape (Vitis vinifera), grey mould (Botrytis cinerea), and light brown apple moth (Epiphyas postvittana) and its implications in pest management