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    Advanced materials that drive innovation

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    Join us for an interactive facility tour of the Intelligent Polymer Research Institute (IPRI) and the Translational Research Initiative for Cellular Engineering and Printing (TRICEP) facilities of the ANFF Materials Node on October at 12:00pm for an hour online tour. Walk through the labs virtually with us to hear about and see the research at IPRI and TRICEP up close in the labs, including the discovery of new materials, advanced fabrication, 3D printing, advances in energy systems and advances in biomedical engineering.

    Internationally recognised as a leader in electromaterials research, IPRI is situated at the state-of-the art Australian Institute for Innovative Materials (AIIM) facility at the University of Wollongong’s Innovation Campus. Close by, and just a casual stroll across the road, is TRICEP, a world leading research infrastructure working with research institutions and industry to develop innovative technologies using 3D bioprinting.

    You will find this tour interesting if you are an innovative,

    1. Start-up that requires a hardware prototype to solve a technological challenge.
    2. SME evaluating cost-effective strategies for developing your next breakthrough technology.
    3. MNC looking to supercharge your R&D capabilities.
    4. Individual/sole-trader with an idea looking for support in demonstrating your first proof-of-concept.


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