Inaugural ASTech Bi-annual Conference

Inaugural ASTech Bi-annual Conference

17 February 2016 Today is the inaugural ASTech Bi-annual Conference, hosted at Trajan Scientific and Medical’s Global Corporate Headquarters in Melbourne, Australia. The ASTech Bi-annual conference provides a forum for Work Program teams to present their progress and research findings to ASTech Investigators, Steering Committee, and industry stakeholders. An Industry and Commercialization Unit is also run by Trajan as part of the conference for ASTech Participants, Postdoctoral […]

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Research lags in business ventures

Research lags in business ventures

11 November 2015 From The Australian: Imagine if universities had to compete with each other to get research work from businesses armed with their own government research grants? Stephen Tomisich, head of Melbourne-based medical technology company Trajan Scientific and Medical… Read the full article at The Australian website: Research lags in business ventures

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Trajan welcomes Australian Prime Minister to showcase its ‘disruptive innovation’ with academia and start-ups

Trajan welcomes Australian Prime Minister to showcase its ‘disruptive innovation’ with academia and start-ups

6 November 2015 Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) has highlighted to Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull that “disruptive innovation” is well underway locally and globally, welcoming him to the company’s Global Headquarters in Melbourne, Australia, to showcase Trajan’s pioneering partnerships with academia and start-ups that are set to become a critical new pillar of the Australian economy. Photo (L-R): Mr Michael Sukkar, MP, Member for Deakin, […]

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ASTech leadership in The Analytical Scientist Power List 2015

ASTech leadership in The Analytical Scientist Power List 2015

22 October 2015 ASTech Training Centre Director Emily Hilder and Chief Investigator Paul Haddad have been celebrated again amongst the top 100 most influential people in the world of analytical science, as published in The Analytical Scientist Power List for 2015. Professor Emily Hilder was also featured in The Analytical Scientist’s Power Lists in 2013 and 2014. Emeritus Professor Haddad has been placed at #13 for 2015, […]

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Unlocking the portable potential of Dried Blood Spot sampling with hemaPEN™

Unlocking the portable potential of Dried Blood Spot sampling with hemaPEN™

2 September 2015 Harnessing the benefits of Dried Blood Spot (DBS) sampling in an intuitive and safe portable format, hemaPEN has the potential to change the way individuals have their blood tested – eliminating the need to visit a clinic and offering precision blood sampling with the click of a button via its familiar pen design, which can be easily used by anyone including the young, […]

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Your Smartphone Transformed into a Mobile Lab

Your Smartphone Transformed into a Mobile Lab

30 April 2015 From University of Tasmania – Research to Reality: A new University of Tasmania collaboration is aiming to bring the complexities of in-house laboratory testing to the fingertips of those in the field. In a move promised to revolutionize the way complex samples are carried out, a $5.2 million Australian Research Council Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies (ASTech) was established late […]

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Trajan et l’Université de Tasmanie s’engagent dans un programme Postdoctoral pour ASTech

Trajan et l’Université de Tasmanie s’engagent dans un programme Postdoctoral pour ASTech

30 March 2015 From La gazette du Laboratoire: Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) and University of Tasmania (UTAS) are delighted to secure three top scientists to oversee innovative research programs at ASTech, the ARC Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies, supported by the Australian Research Council (ARC). ASTech is a collaboration between Trajan and UTAS combining industry knowledge and research to innovate in product […]

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Trajan and University of Tasmania Secure Top Postdoctoral Fellows for ASTech

Trajan and University of Tasmania Secure Top Postdoctoral Fellows for ASTech

23 March 2015 Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) and University of Tasmania (UTAS) are delighted to secure three top scientists to oversee innovative research programs at ASTech, the ARC Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies, supported by the Australian Research Council (ARC). ASTech is a collaboration between Trajan and UTAS combining industry knowledge and research to innovate in product design, development and manufacturing techniques. […]

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Gurus of the Monolith

Gurus of the Monolith

23 February 2015 From The Analytical Scientist: Gurus of the Monolith Four stationary phase experts – Emily Hilder, Frantisek Svec, Nobuo Tanaka and Sebastiaan Eeltink – discuss the unfolding story of monolithic columns: from chromatographic curiosity to the future of sample preparation? Read the article at The Analytical Scientist website. Emily Hilder is Training Centre Director of ASTech, ARC Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation […]

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Tea With Emily Hilder

Tea With Emily Hilder

10 November 2014 From The Analytical Scientist: Tea With Emily Our second series comes from sunny Salzburg and features Power List regular, Emily Hilder. Tea With Rich is back for a second series. In this first episode from the ISC2014 conference in Salzburg, Austria, Emily Hilder – one of our Top 40 Under 40 – tells us all about an exciting and ambitious collaborative project […]

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