[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/IH150100028]
Researchers Prof Dayong Jin; Prof Emily Hilder; A/Prof Stella Valenzuela; Prof David Lancaster; A/Prof Igor Aharonovich; Dr Beatriz Prieto-Simon; A/Prof Shanlin Fu; Dr Craig Priest; Dr Charles Cranfield; Dr Olga Shimoni; Adj/Prof Bradley Walsh; Adj/Prof Bruce Cornell; Dr Scott Fraser; Prof Keith Stanley; Mr Michael Kleinig; Det/Insp Roger Hunt
Brief description ARC Research Hub for Integrated Device for End-user Analysis at Low-levels. This hub aims to improve detection of biological materials by building a portable device for rapid, time-critical detection of low-abundance molecular and cellular analytes. It is expected that the resulting technologies would be used at medical points of care, ordinary workplaces and centres of activity to test for tiny levels of targeted molecules. The initial focus would be early diagnosis of disease and point-of-care drug testing for humans and animals, but the technology platform could be used to sample food and environmental toxins. The hub expects these disruptive technologies will make Australian biotechnology, diagnostics, veterinary, agribusiness and manufacturing firms globally competitive.
Funding Amount $3,708,510
Funding Scheme Industrial Transformation Research Hubs