Antaria was first formed in 1997 to commercialise advanced materials technology originally developed by the University of Western Australia. The technology was first scaled-up via a joint venture with Samsung Corning Co. Ltd, of Korea (2000 to 2004), and then as a stand-alone operation.
Antaria has expanded from its original research-based foundations to the development of a broader range of advanced materials opportunities. Antaria’s core skills now include the development, scaling-up, manufacturing and marketing of innovative products based on a range of proprietary advanced material technologies and manufacturing processes. To date, Antaria’s commercialised products include advanced metal oxides powders and dispersions of zinc oxide, aluminium oxide and cerium oxide.
Siyu Chen, Ph.D.
In this interview, we discuss a new approach to surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy that utilizes nano-pockets to capture target molecules, ensuring a highly sensitive way to detect chemical processes.
Dr. Yitong Dong
Dr. Yitong Dong has recently been awarded funding to study custom composite nanocrystals, which could help to create advanced quantum communication technologies. Learn more about this project in this interview.
Roey Elnathan, Ph.D.
We take a closer look at the fusion of nanotechnology and CAR-T therapy through our interview with Dr. Roey Elnathan about a new approach that harnesses the capabilities of nanoneedles to efficiently deliver genetic materials to target cells.
The Verifire™ interferometer system provides fast and reliable measurements of surface form error.
This article outlines how Unity, Oxford Instruments’ new detector for a revolutionary new imaging technique, can be used to revolutionize imaging.
Discover the compact, fast rotary table V-610 for precision testing and manufacture.