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On the 15th of April Phenomics Australia CEO, Dr. Michael Dobbie, joined other NCRIS capability representatives to celebrate with Minister Alan Tudge the launch of Australia’s first open-access Phabler, the Australian National Fabrication Facility’s (ANFF) newest capability at the Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication. Phabler creates tiny, complex patterns at commercial manufacturing speeds and, for example, will be used to produce new microscope slides that improve cancer diagnosis. It is available through industry and academia to enable the fast fabrication of nanopatterned devices. Read more here.

Phenomics Australia is a component of Australia’s advanced manufacturing capability. We use cutting-edge technology and customised model systems to enable the development of biomedical devices and sensors, as well as providing precision manufacturing technologies such as 3D bioprinting in combination with high-throughput robotic analytical processes.

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