UTAS researchers have been successful in winning a CSL coordinated LIEF grant worth $240,000 for a new generation fast mapping Raman system.
This fast imaging Raman facility will give researchers at the University of Tasmania a new tool to rapidly analyse the chemical properties of a wide range of materials in a non destructive way. It will complement other instrumentation and support a diverse range of research areas addressing several national research priorities. The bid was coordinated by Dr Thomas Rodemann of the CSL, with chief investigators: Prof Vadim Kamenetsky, Dr Michael Breadmore, Prof James Vickers, Dr Glenn Jacobson and Dr David McGuinness.
Authorised by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)
8 August, 2012