Over $1million from NSW Government

The AMMRF has been successful in attracting over $1million from the NSW Government Research Attraction and Acceleration Program (RAAP). This investment in infrastructure will establish next generation TEM capability across the AMMRF at the Universities of Sydney and NSW.

This infrastructure will enable NSW-based researchers to make world-leading discoveries in nanoscience & technology, materials design, quantum computing and geoscience. These discoveries will enable new innovative businesses to grow and help established industries to transform through new technology.

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