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Held 27-28 March, the first ever Australian Rover Challenge gave university students' from across the country the opportunity to put their engineering skills to the test.
Honours project: Hopping versus running - study the comparative muscular architecture and biomechanics of rabbits and hares.
Honours project: Evaluate the leaching behaviour of PFAS from contaminated soil stabilised and solidified with cement and graphene.
Honours project: Discover how the biochemistry and physiology of grape berries respond to extremely high temperatures.
Honours project: Learn cutting-edge morphometric methods to examine the vertebral column diversity using sphenomorphine skinks.
Honours project: Uncover the morphological features, genetic diversity and the host- pathogen relationship among bacteria and stone fruits.
Honours project: Study the biology of psyllium, a plant whose seeds are used as a key ingredient in the gluten-free food industry.
Honours project: Explore the interactions encountered during winemaking by creating artificial diversity systems and investigating the effect of adding or removing yeast species has on malolactic fermentation.
Honours project: Can you help find the missing link in grape berry biochemistry?
Honours project: Help us understand disease progression and cultivar-specific grapevine defence responses to Shiraz Disease.