Development of technique for rapid detection of pathogenic airborne particles (Australian Government co-funding research project led by Griffith University) (2009–2011)

The impact of global terrorism along with natural outbreaks of infectious diseases underlines the importance to Australia of having advanced early-warning systems for airborne disease threats. We propose to develop a totally new bioaerosol monitoring technique providing continuous monitoring, rapid detection (within minutes), identification and viability reporting on pathogenic microorganisms transmitted by air.
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Griffith University
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Griffith University