Travel story: Suliman Yagoub

Suliman Yagoub from the Robinson Research Institute travelled to Melbourne to visit RMIT Micro-Nano Fabrication Research Facility in March.

This is what Suliman had to say about his experience:

What was a highlight of the travel?

Learned to use a Nanoscribe. Which is a 3D printer that prints objects to the nano scale.

Did you attend any workshops, labs, research facilities or attend any meetings associated with your travel?

During my visit, I had to the opportunity to fabricate tools that I will need for my research. Also, was able to attend meetings and build good relationships with members from the Centre of Nanoscale Biophotonics – RMIT node.

Did you meet any researchers or collaborators of significance? Why are they important to your work?

Associate Prof. Brant Gibson, Prof. Andrew Greentree, Dr. Antony Orth and Dr. Zeyad Nasa.

How will the experience support you and your research going forward? 

The tools printed using the Nanoscribe will facilitate my research.

What was the most exciting thing you learned/experienced whilst traveling?

The Nanoscribe.

What was the most interesting or unexpected moment of your travel?

Troubleshooting the Nanoscribe.

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