MiniFAB NewsSep 2015
Graduate Project Engineer
With new medical diagnostics products entering various phases of development and manufacture we are looking for new ambitious graduates to join our team immediately.
Reporting to the Product Development and Manufacturing Managers, a unique opportunity has arisen for a talented professional to lead the development and transfer of biological assays into microfluidic, medical diagnostic products. This multi-faceted, hands on role, will require the applicant to possess skills and experience in biochemistry, immunology and molecular biology.
MicroBiology Lab Technician
With new medical diagnostics products entering the various phases of development and manufacture we require an experienced Lab Technician to join the team immediately.
Lead Diagnostic Product Development Engineer
With new medical diagnostics products entering the various phases of development and manufacture we require an experienced Engineer to join the team immediately.
MiniFAB Newsletter Edition #14, May 2015
This newsletter features the latest news from MiniFAB, a report from our CEO Erol Harvey, details about the upcoming Bio-Sensing Technology conference, an interview with Peter Münster, Project Manager, BioLAB, and some exciting news from the Monash Vision Group.
TRI-CON 2016 San Francisco, CA, Booth #222 - March 6-11, 2016
Attracting over 3,300 drug discovery and development professionals from over 40 countries in 2015, the Tri-Conference has grown into a diverse event, focusing on Molecular Medicine, specifically on Discovery, Genomics, Diagnostics and Information Technology.
Medical MEMS and Sensors 2016 Santa Clara, California - 27 – 28 April, 2016
This conference focuses on MEMS and sensor technologies for medical diagnostic applications. The medical MEMS and sensor market size is currently approximately $2.8 billion. Medical MEMS and sensors enable applications where it is advantageous to miniaturize components and systems due to form factor, integration and cost considerations. Furthermore, many applications are newly enabled by MEMS and micro-sensor technologies and would not be possible at all without miniaturization.