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Deakin's Electron Microscopy Facility offers access to a comprehensive collection of equipment supporting electron microscopy, as well as scanning electron microscopes (SEM), transmission electron microscopes (TEM) and atom probe tomography (APT).
CSIRO’s Food Innovation Centre makes it easy for food, ingredient and equipment manufacturing companies to access our extensive expertise, technologies and support in innovation. From adopting innovative technologies and improving process efficiency to creating high value products for new markets, we partner with industry every day.
The Monash Statistical Consulting Platform has expertise in a broad range of statistical applications: business statistics, forecasting, biostatistics, epidemiology, astrostatistics, statistical mechanics, quantitative psychology, quality control, and more.
Soil related analysis including carbon and oxygen isotopes in gas and liquid, as well as elemental and nutrient analysis.
Access a wide range of instruments and capabilities for chemical and materials analysis including unique and specialised chemical analyses and training.
Informatics is the science of information. The general goal of informatics is to develop methods and systems to collect, store, access, retrieve, integrate, analyse, visualise and use data, information, and knowledge.
The Centre houses a wide range of electrochemistry research and testing facilities for battery and cell testing, as well as surface characterisation instruments.
Deakin's Corrosion Research Centre is home to exceptional research and testing facilities that include the National Facility for Pipeline Coating Assessment. The Centre's focus is on innovative corrosion and materials research and testing.
The Institute for Frontier Materials, located at Deakin's Waurn Ponds Campus, hosts the Plasma Facility. This facility offers platform technologies for plasma research and development, providing solutions to industry problems and also facilitating collaborative projects.
The Melbourne Social and Cultural Informatics Platform (SCIP) is the first informatics platform at the University of Melbourne to support research in the Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences and the Visual & Performing Arts. SCIP is a collaboration between the Faculty of Arts, the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Research and Collections, and Research Platform Services.
Swinburne’s world renowned Centre for Micro-Photonics occupies the entire tenth floor of the Advanced Manufacturing and Design Centre where some of the world’s best scientists work closely with industry to find solutions for big global problems
The Centre for Design Innovation (CDI) provides access to a strong client-focused research capability that responds to increasing market and community demand for strategic and transformative design and development.
Concentrating solar energy for making fuels, metals, ceramics and other chemicals has tremendous potential, particularly in Australia, where high solar fluxes are close to our mineral deposits. This laboratory uses a solar simulator (effectively a “controlled sun”) to provide a controllable indoor test facility to enable the testing and research of using solar energy in high temperature processes and other applications. It is a unique facility in this country and incorporates a novel design developed at Swinburne.
This facility is intended to train masters-level students in the manufacture and preparation of microfluidic devices. These technologies are increasingly used in biomedical diagnostics and environmental sensing e.g. small drops of a person's body fluids may be tested at airports or hospital beds to give an immediate warning of the presence of disease.
In this laboratory students learn fundamental aspects of fluid flow, heat transfer and electrical-machine dynamics. A wave channel allows fundamental research into ocean wave-power machines. A solar-thermal furnace is used for studies of metals smelting using solar power.
The Geotechnical Laboratories are equipped with fully automated geotechnical engineering equipment. These laboratories are part of the university’s Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure (CSI).
It provides a regional and national focus for developing and testing stormwater and sewer treatment devices. The laboratory has been involved with a number of water and environmental engineering research projects, including the development of the ‘Humegard Gross Pollutant Trap’, an innovative stormwater treatment device, which is now widely used across Australia for storm water treatment.
The Factory of the Future will showcase unique and integrated value-adding capabilities for advanced design, manufacturing and materials engineering. It will enable application-oriented, multi-disciplinary research collaborations in future manufacturing.
The Swinburne Software Innovation Laboratory pairs NICTA’s world-leading ICT research capabilities with Swinburne’s agile, industry-focused software development expertise, creating new economic opportunities for major Victorian industries.
Design, 3D printers, soft prototyping, video conferencing, SDF
V3 Alliance is a not-for-profit centre of expertise for advanced computing (HPC) and a registered research agency (RSP). We enable researchers, universities, government departments and industry to enhance their research outcomes through the effective and innovative use of technology and collaboration.
X-ray diffraction provides information on the structure of your material. XRD is useful in research, process control and quality assurance.
Using the latest in flow chemistry technology, CSIRO Manufacturing can rapidly address the synthesis and scale-up development of small molecules and polymeric materials.