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World record broken for thinnest X-ray detector ever created

Highly sensitive and with a rapid response time, the new X-ray detector is less than 10 nanometres thick and could one day lead to real-time imaging of cellular biology

10-Nov-2021

Scientists in Australia have used tin mono-sulfide (SnS) nanosheets to create the thinnest X-ray detector ever made, potentially enabling real-time imaging of cellular biology. X-ray detectors are tools that allow energy transported by radiation to be recognised visually or electronically, like ...

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X-ray mapping enhances potential of lightweight magnesium

23-Jul-2019

A world-first study led by Monash University has discovered a technique and phenomenon that can be used for creating stronger, lightweight magnesium alloys that could improve structural integrity in the automobile and aerospace industries. Published in Nature Communications, researchers from ...

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Aggressive prostate cancer secrets revealed

10-Jan-2017

A landmark study, led by Monash University's Biomedicine Discovery Institute with the involvement of the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, has revealed the reason why men with a family history of prostate cancer who also carry the BRCA2 gene fault have a more aggressive form of prostate cancer. The ...

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Will blocking IL-17A help treat kidney disease?

26-Jan-2016

Many different diseases and insults can injure kidneys, resulting in kidney failure. Some autoimmune diseases damage glomeruli (the 'filtering units' of the kidney), while problems with the tubules (for example, impaired blood flow to the kidney at the time of renal transplantation, ...

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Optical nanoantennas set the stage for a NEMS lab-on-a-chip revolution

26-Feb-2015

Newly developed tiny antennas, likened to spotlights on the nanoscale, offer the potential to measure food safety, identify pollutants in the air and even quickly diagnose and treat cancer, according to the Australian scientists who created them. The new antennas are cubic in shape. They do a ...

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Tecan and the Monash Antibody Technologies Facility unveil custom monoclonal antibody production facility

05-Sep-2008

The new Monash Antibody Technologies Facility (MATF) was officially opened at a ceremony attended by a number of dignitaries from the Australian government, academia and the life science industry. The newly refurbished, two hundred square meter facility houses cutting-edge equipment and boasts ...

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Tecan and the Monash Antibody Technologies Facility join forces to produce monoclonal antibody production facility

New state-of-the-art monoclonal antibody production system capable of producing thousands of novel antibodies every year for researchers around the world

04-Jul-2007

Tecan and the Monash Antibody Technologies Facility (MATF) at Monash University, Australia, have announced a partnership to create one of the largest, most sophisticated monoclonal antibody production systems in the world. Plans are already underway to develop the system, which will be based ...

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Strategic Development Partnership between Farfield Scientific and Monash University

21-Jun-2007

Farfield Scientific Limited and the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Monash University have recently entered a strategic partnership to create a series of biosensor surfaces that will be used to establish a new approach to the structural analysis of membrane protein function. ...

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