[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/FT100100393]
Researchers Beattie Dr David A
Brief description Lubrication and friction of aqueous (water-based) systems is important in many industrial and biological contexts, such as oil and gas exploration, solid/liquid separation, bioimplants and therapeutic treatments for joints. The outcomes of this project will provide greater control of friction through the use of stimulus responsive polymers.
Funding Amount $809,992
Funding Scheme Future Fellowships