The Rapid Automated Materials and Processing (RAMP) centre is located with CSIRO’s Clayton, Victoria campus in Southeastern Melbourne.
We have expertise in a number of fields including formulation, nanoparticles, catalysis, biomaterials, chemical synthesis and polymer science. We have the skills and equipment to fast track research through the application of automated materials’ synthesis and characterisation.
Cooperation and Collaboration on Benefication
The RAMP centre will serve as part of CSIRO’s contribution to the new ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient […]
FAT, formulation, and fondue!
Shaun Howard and Ben Muir travelled to Switzerland in mid-November to conduct a Factory Assessment Test (FAT) for an upcoming […]
From the beginning… there was RAFT. Then there were emulsions (updated 8/Nov)
Ab initio RAFT emulsion polymerization mediated by small cationic RAFT agents to form polymers with low molar mass dispersity
Machine learning with Big Data. 63 Billion data points to be precise!
PhD candidate Wil Gardner who is undertaking his PhD at La Trobe University and in collaboration with scientists in RAMP […]