2007 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - Nanotech 2007 - 10th Annual

Centre for Strategic Nano-Fabrication (CSNF), University of Western Australia

The CSNF at University of Western Australia is developing novel state-of-the-art nano-technologies at the same time as addressing the key issues in the current community. The Centre is using spinning disc processing (SDP) to fabricate nano-particles.

SDP can be used to prepare nano-particles of inorganic materials as well as organics and pharmaceuticals. A key feature of SDP is the ability to control the size, size distribution and shape of particles, and surface functionality in a single pass. This has exciting possibilities in nanotechnology, especially in addressing the important issue of toxicology at the inception of the nanoscience.

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