The Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) is a not-for-profit research infrastructure facility established under the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy. ANFF is a network of 8 nodes distributed throughout Australia, filled with over $200 million of investment in tooling, infrastructure and people.
ANFF’s Queensland Node (ANFF-Qld) is a state-of-the-art fabrication facility specialising in microfluidics, organic electronics and opto-electronics, biomaterials, novel semiconductor materials and characterisation. ANFF-Qld has facilities within the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) and the Centre for Organic Photonics & Electronics (COPE) at The University of Queensland and within the Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology Centre (QMNC) and the Queensland Microtechnology Facility (QMF) at Griffith University, as well as the ability to facilitate access to ANFF sites at 17 other universities around Australia.
ANFF-Qld can provide professional training and facilities to enable you to develop your ideas, create prototypes and characterise the outcomes. You can either access the ANFF-Qld facilities directly or you can engage the ANFF-Qld staff to perform research work on your behalf. Utilising the cutting edge equipment, world-class facilities and advice from our highly experienced staff at ANFF-Qld, you can elevate your research and development to the next level, with better designs, shorter development iteration cycles, and expert training and advice.
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