UNSW is the first state in Australia to deliver a pilot manufacturing facility to support the establishment of a local RNA industry. Prof. Thordarson is director of the UNSW RNA Institute which brings together researchers from UNSW Science, Engineering and Medicine & Health. The NanoAssemblr platform will be used in the development of novel RNA therapeutics including cancer treatments along with RNA-based vaccines.
All G foods recently installed their new Malvern NanoSight NS300. All G Foods is an Australian startup that develops dairy proteins that can be included in milk and other “cow-free” dairy products, as well as plant-based meat ranges. Their team of food technologists are passionate about solving the world’s toughest food challenges with high-quality alternative proteins.
Sicona Battery Technologies has installed their new Malvern Mastersizer 3000 particle sizing system. It will support the development of next generation battery materials technology used in the anodes of Li-ion batteries that enable electric-mobility and storage of renewable energy. Together with the Australian Institute for Innovative Materials (AIIM), high-performance silicon-graphite composite anode and polymer binder materials have been developed.
NanoAssemblr Blaze+ has been delivered to IDT ahead of Phase 1 clinical trials for the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MIPS) mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. NanoAssemblr Blaze is designed to formulate nanomedicine batches from 10mL to 10L, necessary for advanced preclinical studies. The process ensures the self-assembly of uniform particles with controllable and reproducible results. Watch the news story https://bit.ly/2UKeOJw
IDT, Australian cGMP pharmaceutical manufacturing company, recently installed their new Avestin EmulsiFlex C55. With a flow rate of up to 55L/hr, this system bridges the gap between a benchtop and production scale high pressure homogeniser that can be applied to cell disruption (Bacteria, Yeast, Algae, Insect and Mammalian cells), liposomal products, emulsions and particle size reduction.
Victoria University has installed their new Phenom XL G2 Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) in the VectorLab. The system will be used to unlock key insights to facilitate the rapid, high-resolution analysis of microstructures of 3D printed materials, shortening the path between discovery and medical treatments.
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