Solution for next generation nanochips comes out of thin air


The secret ingredient for the next generation of more powerful electronics could be air, according to new research conducted by ANFF-VIC Tech Ambassador, Assoc Prof Sharath Sriram.

Scope – Season 4, Episode 68


Dr Kate Fox demonstrates how to use diamond to make biocompatible implants.

Diamond defects detect what lies beneath


Friedemann Reinhard discusses how “Nitrogen–vacancy defects in diamond can be used to visualize electric fields in an operating semiconductor device.”

New partnership to boost nanotechnology research

AMT Magazine

“Monash University and the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (MCN) have formalised an agreement with an international advanced materials equipment manufacturer, Ulvac, that will enable ground-breaking nanotechnology research to take place in the Monash area.”