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Zeta potential seminar now available online

The highly popular seminar on Zeta potential and the measurement of surface charge is now available to view online. Zeta potential is important for understanding the behaviour of solid materials in many technical processes where aqueous systems play a role, e.g. membranes for water treatment, biomaterials in contact with blood or wet processing of semiconductor … Read more “Zeta potential seminar now available online”

Claim your $200 ANFF-Q publication credit!

To reward ANFF-Q clients who correctly acknowledge ANFF-Q in publications supported by our UQ Site, we are now offering a $200 publication credit on your ANFF-Q UQ Site account for each peer-reviewed journal article published this year that acknowledges ANFF-Q. The correct acknowledgement reads as follows: “This work was performed in part at the Queensland … Read more “Claim your $200 ANFF-Q publication credit!”

$1,000 ANFF short-term visit grants from ANN

Postgraduate students and early career researchers can apply to the Australian Nanotechnology Network for funding support – up to $1,000.00 – for travel and accommodation expenses associated with ANFF Short Term Visits. The Australian Nanotechnology Network (ANN) is dedicated to substantially enhancing Australia’s research outcomes in nanotechnology by bringing together key groups working in this area to … Read more “$1,000 ANFF short-term visit grants from ANN”

2017 ANFF Research Showcase: abstract submissions close this Friday

This year the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) and the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility (AMMRF) are holding a joint Research Showcase to celebrate 10 years of NCRIS. Our annual Research Showcase brings users and staff together to celebrate our successes. ANFF and AMMRF users will present their innovative research in fields including medical … Read more “2017 ANFF Research Showcase: abstract submissions close this Friday”

Promote your research around Australia!

The 2017 ANFF Casebook is under construction and we’d love you to contribute! The ANFF Casebook is shared with researchers, investors, industry and government policy-makers around Australia. If you have a research project that you would like to have highlighted in this year’s edition, simply submit your case study. Make sure you include a statement about … Read more “Promote your research around Australia!”

Do you want to join the ANFF-Q team?

The Australian National Fabrication Facility’s Queensland Node (ANFF-Q) is looking for a Senior Professional Officer to join our team. The ANFF-Q team is service orientated, providing support to researchers from Universities, Institutes, Industry, and Government bodies and agencies. Our new Senior Professional Officer will provide advice and operational, scientific and technical service support in the fields of Nano and Photolithography; … Read more “Do you want to join the ANFF-Q team?”

ANFF-Q Spring Newsletter

The ANFF-Q Spring Newsletter is here! In this issue: – New Raith E-Line Plus EBL – $1000 short term ANFF visit grants – ANFF 10th Anniversary Research Showcase – Advances in wafer processing available at ANFF-Q – and more  

International Symposium on Stem Cell Ageing and Regenerative Engineering

This free symposium is part of the ICBNI and will bring together world-leading scientists from Europe, US and Australia to showcase current and future stem cell and regenerative medicine research. The keynote speaker will be Prof Gerald de Haan, Research Director of the European Research Institute for the Biology of Ageing, The Netherlands. The symposium is hosted by UQ-StemCARE, … Read more “International Symposium on Stem Cell Ageing and Regenerative Engineering”

Process, not practice, makes perfect for manufacturing innovators

Dr Jane Fitzpatrick, Facility Manager at ANFF-Q, talks to The Brisbane Report about the challenges of innovation in advanced manufacturing: “the ideation and iteration processes around advanced manufacturing have changed dramatically and no longer is it viable for researchers, established companies or first-time entrepreneurs to spend months, years or longer to try to perfect their … Read more “Process, not practice, makes perfect for manufacturing innovators”