The Australian National Fabrication Facility – Queensland Node (ANFF-Q) has received $4.59 million from the Queensland Government to continue its innovative research and industry projects such as needle-free vaccine delivery. Minister for Science and Environment Leeanne Enoch MP today visited UQ’s Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) to announce funding for the ANFF-Q. AIBN Deputy Director and ANFF-Q Director Professor Justin Cooper-White said the Queensland Government investment … Read more “$4.59m funding to keep Queensland at forefront of innovation”
A collaborative team of ANFF-Q clients has developed an ultrafast and portable solar‐rechargeable battery with high efficiency, which can simultaneously harvest and store solar energy. These solar-rechargeable electric energy storage systems (SEESSs) will provide renewable power sources for smart grids, electric vehicles, portable electronics and the internet of things (IoTs).
An international collaboration between Dalian University of Technology, China, Stanford University, USA, and The University of Queensland, Australia, has led to the development of a “dual-key-and-lock” ruthenium(II) complex probe for early cancer diagnosis and monitoring of cancer treatments. Biomedical investigations have shown that excessive formaldehyde generation is possibly a critical factor for tissue cancerisation, cancer … Read more “ANFF-Q clients develop “dual-key-and-lock” probe for early cancer detection”
The wide band-gap semiconductor silicon carbide (SiC) has shown attractive properties in devices operating at high temperature and high power. Researchers from RMIT, La Trobe and Griffith Universities are working with ANFF-Q to develop metal/semiconductor contacts with lower contact resistance that withstand higher power levels and use less energy. In particular, the team have systematically … Read more “ANFF-Q clients are improving electrical contacts for high power devices using silicon carbide”
Dr Ian Griffiths has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF), commencing this quarter. The decision was announced by ANFF’s Chairman and Board on 8 July 2019, following an extensive four-month search.
ANFF-Q client Indee Labs is an Australian start-up that is simplifying the process of gene-modified cell therapy to make it efficient, affordable and accessible to everyone.
The University of Queensland (UQ) Office of Research Infrastructure is excited to present the UQ Research Capabilities Showcase 2019. The all-day event aims to highlight the technology and capabilities that power research across UQ and beyond. Humming inside The University of Queensland’s sprawling research facilities are some of the coolest technology and infrastructure known to … Read more “UQ Research Capabilities Showcase – 20 September 2019”
In this issue:– new MLA150 direct laser writer– ANFF-Q and Indee Labs– client stories– staff updates– and more
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!”
The Rio Tinto Australia-Japan Collaborative Program aims to encourage collaboration between Australia and Japan in science, technology and innovation. The $150,000 grant has been awarded to a collaborative project between ANFF-Q client Professor Yusuke Yamauchi at the University of Queensland and Associate Professor Toru Wakihara at the University of Tokyo. The project will develop new … Read more “ANFF-Q client awarded the first Rio-Tinto Australia-Japan Collaboration Program Grant.”