About AIBN

    

Solving society’s problems through sustainable materials, healthy living and translational success.

 
Stem cell ageing and regenerative engineering
Stem cell ageing and regenerative engineering

Development of solutions for regeneration of ageing stem cells

Building knowledge and developing techniques for slowing down stem cell depletion and loss of function in the human body.
Precision nanomedicine
Precision nanomedicine

 

Development of the tools for healthy living

 

Development of leading program in next generation point of care diagnostics.
Advanced materials
Advanced
materials

 

Development of smart materials

 

Positioning as key leader for future adaptive and smart materials in the area of functional polymers and adaptive polymer materials.
Agriculture nanotechnology
Agriculture nanotechnology

 

Development of nanotechnology for agriculture
 

Based on strong collaborations in the area of nanoparticles for animal vaccines and crop treatment.
Industrial biotechnology
Advanced Biomanufacturing
 

Development of products using tailored cell design


Use of synthetic and systems biology to design superior products and processes​.

 
 
 

 

Developing Areas

 AIBN is working to develop expertise and skills in the areas of:
 


Energy Nanotechnology in Materials, Processes, Conversion, Devices, Storage and Delivery

Theoretical and Computational Molecular Science

The University of Queensland's Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) is an integrated multi-disciplinary research institute bringing together the skills of world-class researchers in the areas of bioengineering and nanotechnology.

AIBN seeks to deliver innovative solutions to society's problems through sustainable materials, healthy living and translational success. Our research is underpinned by AIBN's Five Pillars of Research, which cover stem cell ageing and regenerative engineering, precision nanomedicine, advanced materials, agriculture nanotechnology and advanced biomanufacturing. These pillars focus AIBN’s research efforts on developing new products, processes and devices for improving human health, the environment and quality of life. In this way, the Institute goes beyond basic research to promote and develop the growth of innovative industries, which will benefit Queensland and Australian economies.

Director's Message

We live in exciting times as our ability to look down to and manipulate at the atomic scale allows for tantalising prospects. New scientific discoveries are made every day, and AIBN has proven to be one of the world leaders in turning these discoveries into applications for better health and sustainable solutions for energy, manufacturing and more. Many technologies developed under AIBN’s roof play a significant role in shaping our society and environment for the better.

In 2015 with the stepping down of Inaugural Director Professor Peter Gray, AIBN saw the end of an era that started with its foundation in 2002. 

I now have the honour to further develop this Institute with its proven reputation for research excellence, its world class facilities, and its talented cohort of staff and students. 

General enquiries

Please direct general enquiries to our reception team

reception@aibn.uq.edu.au

+61 7 3346 3877

Student enquiries

If you would like to enquire about studying at AIBN please contact our HDR Team

Contact HDR Team