Device is more efficient, versatile and cheaper and could be used in airport security scanners or collision avoidance systems.
New technology combines a laser and electric fields to separate particles and microbes by size.
Device monitors microcystin-LR, a cyanobacterial toxin, in sources of drinking water supplies using carbon nanotube arrays.
University of Wollogong researchers have printed materials which can actuate and strain gauge.
Micatu, provider of optical based sensors, measurement and biomedical instruments, has announced the relocation of its business operations to the CCIC.
Device is based on Norwegian radar technology and already finding practical applications.
Researcher developing technology intended to help diabetics monitor their blood sugar level.
Researchers use molecular imprinting to develop a highly sensitive and selective nanorod biosensor with artificial antibodies.
A phosphorescent iridium(III) complex-functionalized poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) is a promising probe for bioimaging applications.
Fluorescent carbon dots can be made by plasma pyrolysis and used as printer ink.