La Trobe researchers have developed an innovative microscope slide prototype thanks to a new nanotechnology tool unveiled in Melbourne

April 20th, 2021

IndiaEducationDiary, Other, 19/04/2021
Australia’s Minister for Education and Youth, the Hon Alan Tudge, today officially unveiled a EULITHA Phabler 100, the latest addition to the Australian National Fabrication Facility’s (ANFF) portfolio of open access research and development capabilities. The new half-a-million-dollar tool is available, through ANFF, to industry and academia to enable production of nanoscale devices, and to allow developing companies to establish a foothold in their relevant markets. […] The Phabler is housed at ANFF’s flagship facility, the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (MCN) the result of a 10-year cooperation between the La Trobe, CSIRO, the University of Melbourne; Deakin University, Swinburne University of Technology, Victoria University, RMIT University, and Monash University where it is hosted.

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