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The Zepler Institute's nanotechnology research covers a diverse set of novel devices and materials, and includes the creation and characterisation of nanoelectronic systems and the study of bio-inspired devices, that borrow evolutionary solutions from the natural world and applies them in the design and creation of emerging technologies. Current research topics include functional materials, memristive devices, and systems for unconventional computing architectures and biomedical applications.

The Centre for Electronics Frontiers brings together diverse expertise ranging from materials science and electronic devices to circuits and systems for transforming modern society through technology.

Read about our work in action and find out about the memristor research being undertaken in our cleanrooms below.

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