Our research facilities use advanced technology to provide training, expertise and support to research activities within the Faculty of Sciences, our schools and the University.
Research equipment and infrastructure for internal and external researchers in, or associated with, the chemical sciences. This includes nuclear magnetic resonance, mass spectrometry, x-ray diffraction, spectroscopy and femtosecond laser spectroscopy.
Expert services in mass spectrometry-based protein identification, quantitation, characterisation of post-translational modifications and high throughput screening / QC of small molecules.
A specialised network of forensic experts who apply cutting edge DNA technology and sophisticated chemical analysis to a broad range of biological samples.
Analytical services for petroleum geochemistry, palaeoclimatology, soil geochemistry, mineralogy, sedimentary geochemistry, environmental research and biofuel analysis.
A Multi-Scale Fermentation Facility offering services that aim to improve the winemaking process by seeking to enhance the performance of yeast and bacteria.
Organisational infrastructure and technical and legislative knowledge around the use of unmanned aircraft, or Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems for a wide range of environmental and agricultural applications.
Clinical and anatomical diagnostic services to veterinary health centres on campus and to local external veterinarians, clinics and hospitals.
Specialists in lipid analyses of a variety of different matrices including blood, plasma, breast milk, tissue, oil, leaves and grains.
Advanced instrumentation for microscopy and microanalysis to universities, available to other research institutions and the corporate sector.
A bio-repository home to valuable archival and backup biological materials.
Experts in areas of biological process and networks, statistical analysis, mathematical modelling, data management and computer programming.
Improve time frames for analysis and processing of big data, increase complexity in models and simulations, and produce the best of innovative and collaborative research.
Adelaide Optofab Node: Specialist facilities in microprocessing; microfabrication; and characterisation of fibre, planar and bulk materials, which include silica, metals, ceramics, silicon, polymers and crystals.
Analytical tools to support high-throughput phenotyping and deep phenotyping in either controlled environments or in the field, available to all Australian plant scientists.
Critical research infrastructure (AusPlots; Eco-Informatics Facility and Australian Transect Network) to support national and international networks of scientists, environmental managers and stakeholders, who need to improve understanding and management of Australia's ecosystems.