Melbourne CNRS Network (MCN) researchers are working on projects that tackle issues across a wide range of scientific disciplines. Explore the research projects that are currently being undertaken by MCN’s collaborative research teams.
This page lists projects that are already underway. If you are a prospective PhD candidate looking to apply to available joint PhD opportunities, please visit this page.
Studying the conformational landscape of P97, an essential ATPase
This research project aims to characterise p97, an ATPase with essential roles in many cellular processes.
Understanding land and river degradation in urban areas
This research project aims to investigate human-river interactions in urban areas.
Volatile silicon compounds and their effects on indoor air quality
This research project examines the effect of volatile silicon compounds on indoor air quality.
Modelling of multivariate data with complex dependence structures using copulas
This research project aims to solve the challenges of applying copula models in statistics.
Role of tissue mechanics regulating seed growth
This research project examines the role of tissue mechanics in regulating seed growth.
Understanding how colorectal cancer resists treatment by studying netrin-1
This research project will study how the protein netrin-1 helps colorectal cancer cells resist therapy.
First published on 24 March 2022.
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