Public Lecture about ‘Sugar & Splice’

September 21, 2016
Filed under: Events — Tags: , — Stav Manafis @ 12:35 pm

Research Tuesdays:  Professor Vincent Bulone REGISTER HERE Date:             Tue 11th Oct 2016 Time:             5.30-6.30pm Location:      The Braggs Lecture Theatre,  North Terrace, the University of Adelaide Join Professor Vincent Bulone when he talks about all things carbohydrates, or sugars at Research Tuesdays (A public lecture series designed to share research with the University […]

Centre success in recent ARC Linkage round

May 11, 2016

Prof. Vincent Bulone, Prof. Mike Gidley and A/Prof. Jason Stokes have recently been awarded Linkage Grants for 2016. The three independent projects, worth $1.71 million over 3 years, build on work produced in the CoE. Prof. Bulone’s project continues an existing collaboration with Carlsberg Breweries, and brings in new partners Coopers Brewery and La Trobe […]

Centre Director on TV

November 11, 2015
Filed under: Events,Media — Tags: , , , , — Emma Drew @ 3:14 pm

Professor Vincent Bulone’s research on fishy sunscreen, that was completed in Stockholm, Sweden at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) was recently featured in an episode of Channel 10’s science show, Scope. Vincent’s story begins around the 7:40 mark: Scope Episode 80  

Fishy sunscreen – Media coverage

August 17, 2015
Filed under: Media — Tags: , , , , , , — Emma Drew @ 1:01 pm

Professor Vincent Bulone’s research on a new, all natural sunscreen, produced from fish slime and algae has received a lot of media attention, including numerous radio interviews and write ups from various news sources. Some of these articles are listed below: Australian Research Council The Wall Street Journal YouTube – The Richard Fowler Show World […]

Fishy sunscreen

July 28, 2015

Centre Director, Professor Vincent Bulone is leading research into an all new natural sunscreen made from fish slime, algae and crustacean shells, as reported in the American Chemical Society’s Applied Materials & Interfaces Journal. The paper, titled “Exploiting Mycosporines as Natural Molecular Sunscreens for the Fabrication of UV-Absorbing Green Materials”, discusses how the researchers combined the protective […]