Dr Arnold Ju wins a Young Tall Poppy Science Award

Aug 21, 2020

Arnold invented a new biomechanical nanotool that allowed him to discover that disturbed blood flow in a person’s veins and arteries generates mechanical forces that can rapidly trigger blood clotting, which can lead to a heart attack.


Dr Anna Waterhouse speaks at Sydney Ideas about nanoscience and the future of health and medicine

Mar 09, 2020

Dr Waterhouse is working on a project to build autonomous, programmable nanorobots – smaller than cells – that can navigate through the human body and detect cardiovascular disease.


Scientists unlock low-cost material to shape light for industry

Feb 17, 2020

Researchers from the University of Sydney have found a way to manipulate laser light at a fraction of the cost of current technology, using perovskites to make Faraday rotators.


$2.15 million investment in NSW’s fabrication future

Feb 03, 2020

The Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) has been awarded $2.15 million by the New South Wales State Government’s Office of the NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer to invest in six sites across the state.


The First Australian Direct Write Lithography Workshop 4-6 December 2019

Oct 11, 2019

The Research & Prototype Foundry at the University of Sydney invites you to attend a FREE one-day workshop that focuses on direct write lithography technologies, including electron, photon, and ion beam lithography. This workshop is the first of its kind in Australia and is a joint collaboration between ANFF and Microscopy Australia.