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Sydney Nanoscience Hub

Sydney Nanoscience Hub

In early 2010 the University was awarded $40 m towards the construction of a $110 m new building for research in the physical sciences, focussing on nanoscience, in the third round of funding from the Federal Government's Education Investment Fund (EIF). With co-investment from the University, this building - the Sydney Nanoscience Hub - will be a world-leading research and teaching facility designed to meet the demanding requirements of nanoscience research in decades to come. The building's advanced research capability will be housed alongside comprehensive facilities for student-focussed undergraduate and graduate teaching and integrated with the existing heritage-listed building for the School of Physics. More info can be found here.

In 2015, CUDOS moved its stimulated Brillouin scattering and nonlinear quantum photonics labs to the Sydney Nanoscience Hub. Read the news article here and watch the video below for more information about the new research facilities.