Project descriptionNumerous allocation of beam time at the Australian Synchrotron have produced data from investigations into a range of current scientific problems - including what causes fluorescence in semen, novel fingerprint detection, transects of carboxyhemoglobin in pig skins and detection of drugs and explosives. Owing to restrictions in travel due to Covid access to the synchrotron in Melbourne is restricted so this project will capitalise on the existing databank supplemented by additional results (potentially analysis done remotely on the Synchrotron) and using the new facilities at Flinders Microscopy and Micro Analysis to advance these investigations.
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