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BioPRIA Newsletter Issue 6 – Nov/Dec 2021

December 7th, 2021|Comments Off on BioPRIA Newsletter Issue 6 – Nov/Dec 2021

Check Out Our Latest Newsletter! BioPRIA Newsletter - Nov/Dec 2021 This edition announces some exciting news, including award and activities that we have been doing at BioPRIA.  

Breakthrough discovery gives hope to global roll-out of paper gowns in COVID fight

February 5th, 2021|Comments Off on Breakthrough discovery gives hope to global roll-out of paper gowns in COVID fight

In partnership with an industrial consortium, Monash University researchers have come up with a simple, cost-effective and scalable paper-based medical gown that can be distributed globally in the battle against COVID-19. Researchers engineered medical gowns [...]

BioPRIA Newsletter Issue 3 – July 2020

July 20th, 2020|Comments Off on BioPRIA Newsletter Issue 3 – July 2020

Take a look at what we've doing at BioPRIA and Monash's Chemical Engineering Department over the past few months. In this issue, we highlight the COVID-19 research and two selected publications that show the Hub [...]

BioPRIA Foundation invests in the future of sustainable bioprocessing

December 17th, 2019|Comments Off on BioPRIA Foundation invests in the future of sustainable bioprocessing

Monash University chemical engineering students are set to benefit from a generous $500,000 philanthropic contribution towards the modernisation and refurbishment of their bioprocessing teaching, learning, research and entrepreneurship spaces, in an announcement made today at [...]

SAVING LIVES FASTER: MONASH DEVELOPS WORLD-FIRST LASER INCUBATOR FOR BLOOD

September 20th, 2019|Comments Off on SAVING LIVES FASTER: MONASH DEVELOPS WORLD-FIRST LASER INCUBATOR FOR BLOOD

Tuesday 17 September 2019 • Monash University researchers, along with industry partner Haemokinesis, have developed the world’s first blood incubator using laser technology. • This technology can slash blood incubation time to just 40 seconds, [...]

The potential of laser incubation as a rapid and sensitive method for immunohaematology

August 17th, 2019|Comments Off on The potential of laser incubation as a rapid and sensitive method for immunohaematology

According to study results published in Scientific Reports, the potential of laser incubation for a one-minute test in a single diagnostic, could bring pre-transfusion testing out of the pathology lab to point-of-care, reducing the time [...]