From breakthroughs in personalised medicine; to the creation of clean energy systems made from nanoengineered materials; and the use of biological materials to reduce reliance on fossil fuels - the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) is making an impact.

Founded in 2004, the AIBN, proudly based within The University of Queensland (UQ), has a unique outward facing operating model that fosters strong industry partnerships to enable translation and prepares the next generation of entrepreneurial scholars.

The AIBN is the leading bioengineering and nanotechnology research institute in Australia with a team of more than 500 researchers from around the globe who translate the most cutting-edge science from lab bench to the production line.

Working within the AIBN’s labs and leading these projects, we have some of the world’s most recognised academic experts, along with nine of the country’s most cutting-edge research infrastructure facilities. All of which position the AIBN perfectly to enable the future.

When it comes to precision medicine, advanced biomanufacturing and nanoengineered materials, if you dream it, we can do it.

Professor Alan Rowan
Director, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology