DAIRY INNOVATION HUB: TRANSFORMATIONAL RESEARCH TO UNDERPIN THE FUTURE OF THE AUSTRALIAN DAIRY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY (PROJECT 2A)
Grant number: IH120100005 | Funding period: 2014 - 2019
The University of Melbourne, The University of Queensland and Dairy Innovation Australia will join in this Research Hub to address significant technical challenges facing the dairy manufacturing industry. The Research Hub will develop transformational processing technologies and innovative products to enhance productivity, growth and sustainability.
Related publications (17)
Comparison of physical characteristics and dewatering behaviour between granular and floccular sludges generated from the same sewage source
Konrad Krysiak-Baltyn, Raul Cavalida, Ben Thwaites, Petra J Reeve, Peter J Scales, Ben Van den Akker, Lydia Ong, Gregory JO Martin, Anthony D Stickland, Sally L Gras
Aerobic granular sludge can improve the efficacy of wastewater treatment in existing sequencing batch reactors (SBRs) compared to ..
Simulation of phage dynamics in multi-reactor models of complex wastewater treatment systems
Konrad Krysiak-Baltyn, Gregory JO Martin, Anthony D Stickland, Peter J Scales, Sally L Gras
Existing population models of bacteria and phages have most commonly described single well-mixed reactors. Whilst crucial to gain ..
Effect of solubilised carbon dioxide at low partial pressure on crystallisation behaviour, microstructure and texture of anhydrous milk fat.
Tuyen Truong, Martin Palmer, Nidhi Bansal, Bhesh Bhandari
The crystallisation and melting behaviour, fat polymorphs, microstructure and texture of anhydrous milk fat (AMF) was investigated..
Permeable bio-reactive barriers to address petroleum hydrocarbon contamination at subantarctic Macquarie Island
Benjamin L Freidman, Deborah Terry, Dan Wilkins, Tim Spedding, Sally L Gras, Ian Snape, Geoffrey W Stevens, Kathryn A Mumford
A reliance on diesel generated power and a history of imperfect fuel management have created a legacy of petroleum hydrocarbon con..
A bio-reactive barrier sequence for petroleum hydrocarbon capture and degradation in low nutrient environments
Benjamin L Freidman, Sally L Gras, Ian Snape, Geoff W Stevens, Kathryn A Mumford
Sequenced permeable reactive barriers, containing materials for nutrient release and petroleum hydrocarbon adsorption, can promote..
Exploring the in meso crystallization mechanism by characterizing the lipid mesophase microenvironment during the growth of single transmembrane alpha-helical peptide crystals
Leonie van 't Hag, Konstantin Knoblich, Shane A Seabrook, Nigel M Kirby, Stephen T Mudie, Deborah Lau, Xu Li, Sally L Gras, Xavier Mulet, Matthew E Call, Melissa J Call, Calum J Drummond, Charlotte E Conn
The proposed mechanism for in meso crystallization of transmembrane proteins suggests that a protein or peptide is initially unifo..
Using SANS with Contrast-Matched Lipid Bicontinuous Cubic Phases To Determine the Location of Encapsulated Peptides, Proteins, and Other Biomolecules
Leonie van 't Hag, Liliana de Campo, Christopher J Garvey, George C Feast, Anna E Leung, Nageshwar Rao Yepuri, Robert Knott, Tamar L Greaves, Tran Nhiem, Sally L Gras, Calum J Drummond, Charlotte E Conn
An understanding of the location of peptides, proteins, and other biomolecules within the bicontinuous cubic phase is crucial for ..
How Peptide Molecular Structure and Charge Influence the Nanostructure of Lipid Bicontinuous Cubic Mesophases: Model Synthetic WALP Peptides Provide Insights
Leonie van 't Hag, Xu Li, Thomas G Meikle, Soren V Hoffmann, Nykola C Jones, Jan Skov Pedersen, Adrian M Hawley, Sally L Gras, Charlotte E Conn, Calum J Drummond
Nanostructured bicontinuous lipidic cubic phases are used for the encapsulation of proteins in a range of applications such as in ..
Deconvoluting the Effect of the Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Domains of an Amphiphilic Integral Membrane Protein in Lipid Bicontinuous Cubic Mesophases
Leonie van't Hag, Hsin-Hui Shen, Jingxiong Lu, Adrian M Hawley, Sally L Gras, Calum J Drummond, Charlotte E Conn
Lipidic bicontinuous cubic mesophases with encapsulated amphiphilic proteins are widely used in a range of biological and biomedic..
Homogenisation improves the microstructure, syneresis and rheological properties of buffalo yoghurt
Hanh TH Nguyen, Lydia Ong, Sandra E Kentish, Sally L Gras
Homogenisation is known to improve the textural properties of bovine yoghurt but the potential of this processing step has not bee..
Biomimetic Topography and Chemistry Control Cell Attachment to Amyloid Fibrils
Nicholas P Reynolds, Mirren Charnley, Marie N Bongiovanni, Patrick G Hartley, Sally L Gras
Networks of nanoscale fibrous coatings made from self-assembled peptides are promising candidates for biomaterials that can promot..
The degradation of curcuminoids in a human faecal fermentation model
Suryani Tan, Luca Calani, Letizia Bresciani, Margherita Dall'asta, Andrea Faccini, Mary Ann Augustin, Sally L Gras, Daniele Del Rio
In the present study, the colonic metabolism of three curcuminoids (80.1% curcumin, 15.6%, demethoxycurcumin (DMC) and 2.6% bis-de..