CNBP’s RMIT University node hosted CNBP researchers from Macquarie University and the University of Adelaide today, at a successful and well attended workshop event held in Melbourne.
A number of CNBP related projects currently taking place at RMIT were explored during the day long session, including presentations and discussion on the following topics:
- Efforts to fabricate micro-optics for integration on multicore optical fibre imaging bundles
- The potential of combining nano-photonics and biomedical acoustics to open new windows into the body
- Use of of diamond lasers for sensing
- Optimal search techniques when measuring at the nanoscale
- The development of a molecular zinc sensor based on successful collaboration between CNBP chemists, physicists and biologists.
Other discussion points covered were diverse, and included but were not limited to – phone technology for fertility assessment, polarised endoscopes, spiky cholesterol crystals, 3D lens printing, bubble functionalisation, diamond laser sensing, conditional probability distribution, high-impact non-lame publishing via interdisciplinary collaboration and so much more!
Formal and informal networking took place throughout the day with new avenues for potential investigation captured. Thanks to all who participated on such a knowledge expanding day!