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A joint venture will provide a world-first short nanofibre manufacturing capability in Geelong.
A world first technology platform has received a Victorian Engineering Excellence Award.
Australia Plus feature Dr Hurren's research into the fabric used for motorcyclist clothing.
A new process to separate blends of cotton-polyester material provides a major breakthrough for recycling textile and other waste.
Dr Rangam Rajkhowa's silky solution to hearing loss.
Professor Xungai Wang
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The possible applications of nanofibres include:
The group is developing advanced electrospinning technologies for large-scale production of nanofibre non-wovens, continuous nanofibre yarns, bicomponent nanofibres and carbon nanofibres.
We are also exploring the unique mechanical-to-electrical energy harvesting properties of electrospun nanofibres and unique applications of surface-grooved, electrically conductive and side-by-side bicomponent nanofibres.
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