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Unlocking the genetic code

By • June 16th, 2016

Susceptibility to human disease has been a cornerstone of genetic research for several decades. Adjunct Associate Professor Scott G. Wilson, from the University of Western Australia’s School of Medicine and Pharmacology, is leading a team of researchers to study genetic and epigenetic data to determine which factors govern a predisposition to particular complex diseases. Throughmore…

Large-scale Computational Modelling of 3D Passive Elastic Seismic Wavefields

By • October 1st, 2015

Associate Professor Jeffrey Shragge, in collaboration with other researchers at The University of Western Australia, is using the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre’s resources and expertise to perform large-scale simulation, imaging and inversion of 3D passive elastic seismic wavefields.  3D and time-lapse (4D) seismic imaging are central to the exploration and monitoring the production of Western Australia’smore…

Developing the next generation of cancer radiation therapy

By • June 10th, 2015

A team of researchers led by Professor Martin Ebert from The University of Western Australia and Director of Physics Research at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital is using the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre’s resources to develop safer and more efficient methods of cancer treatment through radiation therapy. The project is studying radiation detector response to high-energy X-raymore…

Development of Design and Analysis Methods for Blast Resistant Window Structures

By • May 28th, 2015

A team led by Professor Hong Hao is using the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre to develop improved design guidelines for blast resistant windows. The research started at The University of Western Australia in 2011 and continued at Curtin University after Professor Hao moved to Curtin in March 2014, with the research completed in December. The projectmore…

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