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Winning University of Melbourne Ph.D. research boosts the search for sensitive sensors
Date:11/6/2008

stals could be controlled.

During his PhD candidature he published nine articles in premier scientific journals and an international examiner described his work "as one of the best studies I have ever seen".

Dr Gomez, an international student from Venezuela, set his sights on studying at Melbourne because of the international reputation of his supervisor Professor Paul Mulvaney.

His Chancellor's Prize for Science and Engineering will be presented at the University's Menzies Oration tonight (6 November).


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Contact: Janine Sim-Jones
janinesj@unimelb.edu.au
61-040-089-3378
University of Melbourne
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