News: Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing - IPAS News

Adelaide scientist wins ‘bronze’ at global neurophotonics event

Mengke Han - IPAS

A project to map the hearing capability of zebrafish has won Mengke Han third prize at the global Frontiers in Neurophotonics’ summer school.

[Read more about Adelaide scientist wins ‘bronze’ at global neurophotonics event]

Quantum sensors to make Australia safer

Professor Andrew Luiten

Researchers to work with the Defence Science and Technology Group on four ambitious quantum technology projects.

[Read more about Quantum sensors to make Australia safer]

Measurement of success: Adelaide scientist wins medal for commitment to industry

IPAS scientist Professor Andre Luiten

Precision measurement expert Professor Andre Luiten has received national recognition for supporting the needs of industry.

[Read more about Measurement of success: Adelaide scientist wins medal for commitment to industry]

Trapping atoms, not space ships, with tractor beams

Dr Philip Light with the atomic chamber in which the atomic tractor beams were created

Physics researchers have delved into the realm of Star Wars and created a powerful tractor beam.

[Read more about Trapping atoms, not space ships, with tractor beams]

Tiny Research wins Tall Awards

2018 South Australian Young Tall Poppy Science Award winners

They’re working on a small scale to make a big impact in their respective fields. Meet Dr Ben Sparkes and Dr Cameron Shearer.

[Read more about Tiny Research wins Tall Awards]

Open day showcases science careers and ground breaking research within IPAS

Ipas Open Day image

Re-live the first #IPASOpenDay, attended by the general public, university stakeholders, STEM students and industry partners.

[Read more about Open day showcases science careers and ground breaking research within IPAS]

Nanocrystals may replace traditional hard drives for data storage

Nanocrystals may replace traditional hard drives for data storage. Image courtesy Travis Jennings - CC BY 3.0.

Physicists discover that nano-sized crystals of salt encoded with data using light from a laser could be the next data storage technology of choice.

[Read more about Nanocrystals may replace traditional hard drives for data storage]

Designer molecule targets cancer growth protein

A graphical representation of the new molecule (yellow sticks) interacting with ‘the sliding clamp’ (green surface).

Check out the new molecule designed by University of Adelaide researchers. It shows huge potential for future cancer treatment.

[Read more about Designer molecule targets cancer growth protein]

A plan to build the world’s fastest charging battery

The University of Adelaide’s newest Ramsay Fellow, Dr James Quach, aims to build world’s fastest charging battery

Our newest Ramsay Fellow, Dr James Quach, aims to build world’s fastest charging battery.

[Read more about A plan to build the world’s fastest charging battery]

RSS News Feed