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IFM-led fashion fibre project among $1.5M Climate Fund recipients

A project led by Deakin University’s Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) is among the first recipients of a $1.5 million Climate Fund grant from Australian lifestyle brand Country Road. 

Carbon Fibre Futures Conference calls for abstract submissions from industry

Carbon Nexus, Deakin University’s cutting-edge research facility, has released a call for abstracts for the upcoming Carbon Fibre Futures Conference 2023. 

Novel aluminium wire set to transform complex metal manufacturing

The IMCRC has announced the commercialisation of a novel high-strength aluminium wire that could transform the way complex metal objects are manufactured. 

Deakin researchers one step closer to safer electric cars

New research from Deakin University has uncovered a mechanism inside lithium-metal batteries that could prevent battery degradation and open new possibilities for next-generation electric vehicle batteries. 

New coatings to deliver longer-life seated ball valves for critical minerals processing

The critical minerals industry could soon have access to longer-life seated ball valves thanks to a $585,000 research collaboration between the Innovative  Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC), Callidus Welding Solutions (CWS) and the Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) at Deakin University. 

Deakin University research breakthrough paves new way in next-generation batteries

Media Release by Deakin University A breakthrough by Deakin University researchers could help address a major obstacle in the development of environmentally friendly, cost-effective, polymer-based...

Aussie researchers develop new critical material for safer batteries

Researchers from Deakin University and the University of Queensland have developed a new non-flammable electrolyte material for use in sodium batteries. Traditional lithium and sodium batteries...

Deakin University joins Science and Technology Australia

Deakin University has joined Science and Technology Australia (STA), Australia's peak body that represents more than 90,000 scientists and technology experts. Deakin said four of...

AML3D teams up with Deakin’s IFM to develop high strength alloys for wire feedstock

3D metal printing company AML3D has partnered with Deakin University’s Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) to develop high strength wire feedstock alloys suitable for...

Rubbish to remedy: Deakin’s circular economy solution for waste

Media Release Deakin materials scientists are exploring the possibilities of manufacturing artificial bones and medical tissues from materials that would usually have ended up in...

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