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A Deakin-industry partnership will give new life to textiles waste that was headed for landfill.
IFM researchers have developed a new, highly efficient method of preparing porous and reduced graphene oxide.
A portable device that uses 'smart matter' could transform medical diagnosis in developing countries.
Professor Lingxue Kong
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The group's knowledge and expertise has facilitated a major breakthrough in the fabrication and functionalization of porous materials with pores at sub-nanometre level and unique surface properties for water treatment and desalination.
The properties displayed by these materials are being explored for the development of new micro and nano-devices which may be used in diagnostic technologies.
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