Small Angle X-Ray Scattering Facility for Queensland (2017)
This project seeks support from the ARC to purchase an advanced small angle X-ray scattering facility for Queensland researchers. Understanding the structure-function relationship is crucial for development of highperformance
nanostructured materials in bio-applications, renewable energy, energy storage, and water treatment. By enabling the study of nanostructures of natural and artificial origin and their interactions with different environments in situ, the facility has strong potential to advance Australia¿s research capability and support flagship projects such as developing novel functional materials for industry reform, mapping oil and gas
reserves, developing innovative technologies for new energy resources, and gas deliverability.
ARC Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities