Case Study

Novel High-Resolution Instrument Helps Research Institute With Latest Development

Anton Paar

The University of Queensland’s Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology continues its exciting work, studying cell ageing and regenerative engineering, precision nanomedicine, advanced materials, agriculture nanotechnology, and advanced biomanufacturing. Read more about their development of the first truly biomimetic hydrogel which mimics the mechanical and functional properties of the extracellular membrane with help of an instrument that would be capable of being incorporated into a confocal-microscope system.

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