Entries by IDEAL Research Hub

ARC Launch

The official launch of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Integrated Device for End-User Analysis at Low Levels Research Hub (IDEAL Research Hub) opened by the Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, the Hon. Craig Laundy MP. Pictured above from left to right: Professor Emily Hilder, Deputy Director ARC IDEAL Research Hub; Professor Attila Brungs, […]

2 May 2017

From the University of Sydney, School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Prof Fariba Dehghani, Director of ARC Food Processing Training Centre, Director of Bioengineering Research and Dr Rona Chandrawati ARC DECRA Fellow, Director of the Nanotechnology for Food and Medicine Laboratory visited the IDEAL Hub Lab. Pictured with Hub Director Dayong Jin and KTP visiting fellow, Prof […]

Super Dots put young Australian Scientist in running for APEC Science Prize 

Super Dots put young Australian Scientist in running for APEC Science Prize  ARC IDEAL Reserach Hub Director Professor Dayong Jin will represent Australia in the US$25,000 APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research and Education (ASPIRE), for his work in optoelectronic engineering. The ASPIRE prize is run by the Australian Academy of Science, with support from the Department […]

24 March 2017

Dr Fiona Cameron, Senior Executive Director, Biological Sciences and Biotechnology, Australian Research Council  tours the ARC IDEAL Research Hub at UTS. Pictured with Distinguished Professor Dayong Jin, ARC IDEAL Research Hub Director in the lab.  

9 February 2017

First meeting of the ARC IDEAL Research Hub Steering Committee at University of South Australia. The IDEAL Research Hub aims to enable rapid, time-critical detection of low-abundance molecular and cellular analytes with resulting technologies used at medical points of care, ordinary workplaces and centres of activity to test for tiny levels of targeted molecules. The […]