Uni Adelaide invests in research infrastructure

The university announces funding for four NCRIS facilities

The university is contributing $7.2m, to back-up state and federal funding, for:

The Adelaide node of Microscopy Australia, which will receive $2.3m in state government money.

The Australian Plant Phenomics Facility at the Waite campus gets $2.2m from SA .

Optofab Adelaide, part of the Australian National Fabrication Facility scores $1.5m from the state.

And the Adelaide operation of the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) receives $600,000 from the SA Government.

With federal National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy funding, the facilities will receive $32m.

The state budget also included money for other SA based NCRIS facilities, Bioplatforms Australia and the National Imaging Facility.


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