CUDOS celebrates new labs at the Sydney Nanoscience Hub

24/11/2015

CUDOS celebrated a move to new labs at the Sydney Nanoscience Hub today, with tours of the two purpose built research facilities for its stimulated Brillouin scattering and nonlinear quantum photonics projects. Dr Paul Scully-Power AM joined CUDOS Director, Professor Benjamin Eggleton to officially open the labs.

At the event, Professor Eggleton said that moving to the labs represented "the end of a long journey and the beginning of a new adventure. The CUDOS program will benefit enormously from the new state of the art laboratories in the Sydney Nanoscience Hub and the leading edge facilities in the clean rooms that will be used to make nanoscale devices."

Watch the video Introducing the Sydney Nanoscience Hub for more information about the new research facilities.

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