Entries by IDEAL Research Hub

Tethered Bilayer Lipid Membranes to Monitor Heat Transfer between Gold Nanoparticles and Lipid Membranes

Tethered Bilayer Lipid Membranes to Monitor Heat Transfer between Gold Nanoparticles and Lipid Membranes  DOI: 10.3791/61851 Amani Alghalayini1,2, Lele Jiang1, Xi Gu3, Guan Heng Yeoh3, Charles G. Cranfield1,2, Victoria Timchenko3, Bruce A. Cornell2,4, Stella M. Valenzuela1,2,5 1School of Life Sciences, University of Technology Sydney, 2ARC Research Hub for Integrated Devices for End-user Analysis at Low-levels (IDEAL), Faculty of Science, University of Technology Sydney, 3School of Mechanical and […]

ARC Laureate Fellowship 2021: Professor Dayong Jin

IDEAL Hub Scientific Director, distinguished Professor Dayong Jin, has been awarded an ARC Laureate Fellowship 2021. Over the past decade, Jin has led nationally and internationally in his research in the transformation of photonics and materials into analytical diagnostic and imaging devices for disease detection, including cancer and more recently for COVID19 virus detection. Congratulations […]


Every graduate of the NSW Medical Device Commercialisation Training Program (MDCTP) funded by NSW Health had been invited to apply for the 2019 post-program awards that included International Engagement, IP protection, Regulatory Pathways and Prototype Design. Recipients have been announced at the 2019 MDCTP Graduation Ceremony on Wednesday 26 June 2019. A/Prof Olga Shimoni, who […]

FACTA 2019

Rhiannon Alder presenting her work on the use of “Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy towards low level detection of drugs” at the Forensic & Clinical Toxicologists Association Conference in Adelaide, 16th-19th June 2019  

CRC-P Emergence

An exciting development that has arisen due to the collaborative and cross-disciplinary environment within our ARC – IDEAL Hub has been a recently awarded CRC-P, that aims to develop a novel real-time milk sensor for ovulation detection in dairy cows.  This CRC-P brings together IDEAL Hub industry partners Biotics and Surgical Diagnostics and academic partners […]

Engaging with Industry 2019

The Industry Mentoring Network in STEM hosted an Engaging with Industry, NSW event in the aim of developing an entrepreneurial mindset in students and scientists and highlighting the importance of industry engagement, understanding commercialisation and the importance of developing strong professional connections beyond academia. Associate Professor Olga Shimoni was asked to represent the field of […]

International Symposium on Future Materials 2019

Distinguished Professor Dayong Jin was invited to attend the 2019 International Symposium on Future Materials. The Symposium focused on the latest developments and future direction of materials science, chemistry and physics. Dayong Jin provided an update on the Future and Challenges for Hybrid Upconversion Nanosystems, he was also a member of the International Advisory Committee […]

2018 CNGC Symposium

Distinguished Professor Dayong Jin was invited to attend the 2018 CNGC Symposium on Next Generation Cytometry (Samcheok, South Korea). The meeting covers topics, such as liquid biopsy, electrochemical sensors, deep learning, RNA sequencing, and imaging techniques that enable the latest developments of cytometry and diagnostics. He delivered a Plenary talk on upconversion super dots for super-resolution imaging and single […]

Minomic Quarterly Progress Meeting

Our quarterly progress catch-up meeting was held at Minomic International Ltd. Our IDEAL Hub researchers Dr Gungun Lin, Dr Yvonne Chen, Mr Yuan Liu, reported their recent achievements on microfluidics devices, new bioconjugation protocols and validations. Our industry partners Prof Brad Walsh and Dr Yanling Lu provided a new set of valuable advice. Starting from […]