Cyrille Boyer

3D printer and SPE map of Australia

A team from UNSW Sydney has developed a way to 3D print strong, high-conducting solid polymer electrolytes into custom shapes.

Cyrille Boyer

Professor Cyrille Boyer from UNSW Engineering has been awarded $2.7 million to conduct ground-breaking research on light-driven manufacturing for 3D printing projects.

A 3D printer at work

Research by UNSW academics shows that special treatment of liquid resin used in 3D printing can cause the material to mend itself if it becomes damaged.

Light rays

UNSW Sydney researchers have successfully merged 3D/4D printing with a chemical process to produce “living” resin, which has huge potential for fields as diverse as recycling and biomedicine.

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Associate Professor Cyrille Boyer from the School of Chemical Engineering is a finalist in the UNSW Eureka Prize for Scientific Research. Boyer has made major contributions to the field of polymer chemistry.

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Cyrille Boyer, winner of the 2015 Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year, is mimicking nature to create functional polymers and next-generation nanomedicines to treat infectious diseases.