Electrospinning is based on the principle of using an electrical charge to create tiny fibres from a polymer solutions.
Our laboratory scale to pilot scale electrospinning facilities translate a concept to a functional material for prototypes and devices.
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Tiny fibres that shield against toxic chemicals
Ground-breaking nanofibre technology is being used to create next-generation protective suits. CSIRO and DST are developing a fabric incorporating a synthetic electrospun nanofibre layer that keeps out fine toxic particles.
COVETED CSIRO AWARD FOR DMTC PROJECT LEADER
DMTC Project Leader Yen Bach Truong has been recognised for her outstanding research efforts with a CSIRO Julius Career Award. Julius Career Awards are designed to enhance the careers of exceptional early to mid-career scientists, and reinforce the culture of scientific excellence in CSIRO.