IPAS start-up Cryoclock is proudly part of the fast- growing photonics industry which contributes $4.3bn to the Australian economy. SA output is $412m, and with 1174 employees generates $117,500/employee, which is just under national average for the industry.
Flexible plasmonics has arisen from the realization of active optical metamaterials on nonplanar, stretchable, and/or flexible substrates for sensing application.
Nanostructure patterning on optical fibers enables miniaturized optrodes for photonic and plasmonic applications.
Quantum optics experiments frequently require the separation of weak quantum signals from strong classical fields, where it is necessary to exploit the minute frequency difference itself as the only means for signal separation.
Staphylococcus aureus is a common bacterium that spreads in healthcare facilities & communities. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) has become resistant to many first-line antibiotics
A Research Institute Quarterly newsletter was just released. Keep update with IPAS research here.
Congratulations to IPAS/CNBP member Dr Kylie Dunning for being awarded the HDA Women's Excellence in Research Award 2020.