Research hub thinks big on nanotech diagnostics
Portable, easy-to-use devices capable of detecting disease or testing for drugs are the focus of a multimillion-dollar research collaboration launched today by Federal MP Craig Laundy, assistant minister for industry, innovation and science.
The IDEAL research hub aims to advance industry’s ability to develop portable, user-friendly analytical devices by creating technologies that are faster, more sensitive and selective, and more cost-effective to detect biological and chemical molecules at low levels.
The IDEAL or Integrated Device for End-User Analysis at Low Levels research hub is an Australian Research Council-funded collaboration between the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), the University of South Australia (UniSA) and four industry partners.
Read the full story in the UTS Newsroom.