MEDIA APPEARANCES

  1. Nanoparticles could enable a more sensitive and durable rapid COVID-19 test, Phys.orgNano Werk, Opera News, and Bioengineer, 13 Apr 2022.
     

  2. This Could Be Our Fastest, Most Sensitive COVID Test Yet, Yahoo News!, DNYUZ, and Daily Beast, 13 Apr 2022.
     

  3. Researchers develop scalable graphene production method for industrialization opportunities, Composites World, 24 Jan 2022
     

  4. That new yarn?!—Wearable, washable textile devices are possible with MXene-coated yarns, Phys.org, ScienceDaily, 10 Oct 2019
     

  5. Fibres for the future, disruptr, 26 Apr 2018
     

  6. Iranian scientist creates kinetic clothes to monitor your movements, SBS Radio, 24 Apr 2018 (in Persian)
     

  7. Researchers create kinetic clothes to monitor body movements, TechXplore and Deakin University, 19 Apr 2018
     

  8. Clothing that could charge your phone, this., 28 Mar 2018
     

  9. A smarter outfit, Materials World (IOM3), 1 Jan 2018
     

  10. Radio Interview, 2SM Super Network, 23 Nov 2017
     

  11. Radio Interview, 3AW Drive with Tom Elliott, 24 Nov 2017
     

  12. Jeans that charge your phone? Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, 23 Nov 2017
     

  13. Pockets that charge, Geelong Advertiser, 18 Nov 2017
     

  14. Researchers knit energy-storing clothing fibres, Deakin University and Phys.org, 17 Nov 2017
     

  15. Textile woven fabrics from nylon and graphene oxide fibres, La Ciencia de la Mula Francis, 14 Oct 2015
     

  16. Clothes that track body movements, Zee News and Deccan Chronicle, 12 Oct 2015
     

  17. Knit it, braid it, turn it on and use it, ScienceDaily, Phys.org and Nano Werk, 9 Oct 2015
     

  18. Knitted stretch-sensing fabric to monitor human movement developed by Australian researchers, ABC NEWS, 2 Oct 2015
     

  19. Fashion first: Researchers knit ‘talking’ textile, University of Wollongong, 1 Oct 2015
     

  20. Introducing the knitted circuit board, Cosmos Magazine, 5 Sept 2014