- ABOUT ANFF
- THE ANFF NETWORK
- Bio fabrication
- Device fabrication, packaging and testing
- Material synthesis and macro fabrication
- Micro and nano fabrication
- Optics and photonics
- ACCESSING ANFF
- CONTACT ANFF
CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellowship - Nanofabricated Photocatalysts
CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellows provide opportunities to scientists and engineers, who have completed their doctorate and have less than three years relevant postdoctoral work experience. These fellowships will help launch their careers, provide experience that will enhance their career prospects, and facilitate the recruitment and development of potential leaders for CSIRO.
US - Australia Enabling Technologies Technical Exchange Meeting 2016
To build on the strong history of science and technology collaboration between the United States and Australia, the 2016 Enabling Technologies Technical Exchange Meeting will be held in Sydney, Australia in May 2016.
Australia Enabling Technologies Technical Exchange Meeting hotel accommodation
Hotel accommodation for the upcoming Australia Enabling Technologies Technical Exchange Meeting ia available at US - Australia Enabling Technologies Technical Exchange Meeting 2016 web page.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull opens a new cutting edge quantum computing lab at UNSW
The new laboratory complex doubles the capacity of the UNSW headquarters of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology, CQC2T – a globally unique facility dedicated to the development of atomically precise devices in silicon. view/download
Poster awards 7th Australia and New Zealand Nano-Microfluidics Symposium 21-23 March 2016
The winners of the ANFF -SA sponsored piostyer award at the 7th Australia and New Zealand Nano-Microfluidics Symposium Brisbane on 21-23 March 2016 were:
(1) Amplification-Free Detection of Gene Fusions in Prostate Cancer Urinary Samples Using mRNA-Gold Affinity Interaction
Mr Kevin M. Koo, AIBN, The University of Queensland; and
(2) Surface Acoustic Wave Particle Manipulation and Sorting : Reducing the Acoustic Wavelength Down to the Particle Size
Mr Citsabehsan Devendran, Monash University;
IPOS Seminar: At the speed limit and at the boundaries of the measurable with Prof. Dr. Ursula Keller
Date: Wednesday, 13 April 2016 Time: 3.00 – 4.00 pm
Venue: Sydney Nanoscience Hub, Harry Messel Lecture Theatre, The University of Sydney
Handheld surgical pen prints human stem cells
In a landmark proof-of-concept experiment, Australian researchers have used a handheld 3D printing pen to ‘draw’ human stem cells in freeform patterns with extremely high survival rates.
Advice for ARC and NHMRC projects commencing in 2017
This document provides advice on both how ANFF can help with planning your research project and how to include ANFF facility access time in your RC and NHMRC project application.
ANFF’s Professor Jagadish awarded Australia’s highest honour
ANFF is extremely proud to congratulate Prof. Jagadish on being awarded Australia’s highest honour.
ANFF research recognised as one of the top ten physics breakthroughs of 2015
The world-first quantum logic gate in silicon constructed at ANFF-NSW has been recognised by Physics World as one of the top ten physics breakthroughs of 2015.