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PhD position available (Application closes December)

We are looking for highly motivated, passionate and competitive candidates for fully-funded PhD positions in basic molecular biology, cellular biology and nanobiotechnology. Successful candidates will join Professor Voelcker’s research group at the Melbourne Centre...

Welcome Yufei

Yufei Xue gained his bachelor degree of Pharmaceutical Engineering at China Pharmaceutical University in China. His interest is in the Synthetic Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry and Stereochemistry. In 2014, Xue joined a group in his...

Welcome Bo

Bo Peng is the new post-doctoral research fellow from S.Q. Yao Group, National University of Singapore in Chemical Biology. Bo will mainly focus on the BBB-on-a-chip aiming to developing new platform with blood brain barrier functionality...

International Conference on BioNano Innovation

Outstanding participation of our postdocs at the 2017 International Conference on BioNano Innovation in Brisbane (Australia) this week! Follow all the updates real-time on our twitter account @voelcker_lab

Welcome Pau

Pau Segado is a Master student from the IQS School of Engineering in Barcelona and he will undertake his Master thesis in our team. He will work on the development of targeted gold nanoclusters...

New paper in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

New paper in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

Hashim and colleagues have recently published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces their work on gold decorated porous silicon (pSi) nanopillars for targeted hyperthermal treatment of bacterial infections. In order to address the issue...

New paper in Biosensors and Bioelectronics

Rinku and colleagues have recently published in Biosensors and Bioelectronics their work on porous silicon based optical biosensor for insulin detection in islet cell culture. A label-free porous silicon (pSi) based, optical biosensor, using both...

New paper in Biomacromolecules

Adel and colleagues have recently published in Biomacromolecules their work on porous silicon-based cell microarrays. Porous silicon (pSi) substrates are a promising platform for cell expansion, since pore size and chemistry can be tuned...