a national collaborative research facility

  • for the characterisation of materials at the micro, nano and atomic scales
  • making expert support, training and instruments accessible to all researchers
  • enabling world-class Australian research and innovation

Researchers: access our optical, electron, X-ray, scanning and ion-beam techniques, along with world-leading platforms such as atom probe tomography and advanced ion probes.

Industry: access or services can be specifically tailored to your business needs.

Impact: for science success stories, from healthcare to agriculture, engineering to archaeology, download our annual Profile, browse our News & Media or watch our Impact video.

LATEST UPDATES
20.03.2017
pg-logo-200px

Ahead of the competition

To help Procter & Gamble develop better shampoo, the AMMRF at UWA provides unique high-resolution NanoSIMS analysis of the penetration of specific molecules into hair. Procter & Gamble is a global company, with net sales in 2016 of $65 ...

16.03.2017
weirminerals_rgb_pos

Cutting-edge alloys are big business

Through an ARC Linkage Project, Weir Minerals access sophisticated microscopy in the AMMRF at the University of Sydney. The researchers are developing new super-tough alloys to keep their mining machinery at the leading edge of the market. Weir ...

16.03.2017
mighty-mite-460

Mighty mite protection at the micron level

“Bambury is at the forefront of bedding technology. Mite-Guard is one of the longest running ranges for the company and is recommended by allergy and asthma specialists. It features a specially developed micron dust filter membrane sandwiched ...

MORE NEWS...