Are You Ready… for faster acting insulin?
The outcomes of a 2018 collaboration between the RAMP Centre and researchers from the Appel Group at Stanford University were […]
ToF-SIMS and Machine Learning for Single-Pixel Molecular Discrimination of an Acrylate Polymer Microarray
Scientists at Nottingham University, La Trobe University and the RAMP Centre are continuing to develop new Machine Learning techniques to […]
Rapid evaluation of immobilized immunoglobulins using automated mass-segmented ToF-SIMS
A new work from the ongoing collaboration between CSIRO’s RAMP Centre and LaTrobe University was published this week in Biointerfaces. […]
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 tiny data points to be precise!)
PhD candidate Wil Gardner who is undertaking his PhD at La Trobe University’s Centre for Materials and Surface Science in […]
Don’t put it in the bin!
Scientists in a collaboration between RAMP, DATA 61 and La Trobe University are making sense of big data sets using machine learning.
Cleavage, conversion kinetics (say that 10 times fast)
Copolymerization of Pentafluorophenylmethacrylate with Hydrophilic Methacrylamide Monomers Induces Premature Hydrolytic Cleavage
High-throughput experimentation is one part of the larger materials discovery journey. The RAMP centre was used/cited as an example in […]
RAMP, and RAFT, and SUMI oh my!
The RAMP Centre was acknowledged in a chapter of a recently published ACS Symposium Series book on the topic of RAFT-single […]