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).
The Rapid Automated Materials and Processing Centre (RAMP) provides user-pays access to state of the art robotics, automated materials synthesis & characterisation instrumentation in a world-class facility. We aid materials manufacturing, research and development processes, enabling productivity gains through the use of various High-Throughput materials synthesis, characterisation and performance assessment methods.
The Monash Immersive Visualisation Platform features CAVE2(TM) - a world-leading capability for the display and interactive exploration of rich and large datasets. It is used by scientists, engineers and artists to visualise, manipulate and comprehend data such as engineering models, multi-dimensional images across the size scale from nanoscopic to cosmic, and the outputs of scientific, computational and engineering simulations across the physical and life sciences and the arts and humanities.
Featuring a wide range of capabilities in surface modification, thin films, polymer grafting, biomolecule immobilisation and bioactive coatings in polymers, ceramics and metals.
An industry leader in imaging, flow cytometry, project design, analysis and training providing easy, open access to equipment and experienced staff for researchers from any field
Cross and Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics for researchers and industry
The Advanced Fluorescence Imaging Platform provides access to cutting-edge instrumentation, focusing on super resolution optical microscopy and imaging flow cytometry. We support users with experiment design, data acquisition and analysis and instrument training across fields such as nanomedicine, cell biology, materials engineering and immunology.
The MicroNano Research Facility (MNRF) representing diverse and high quality multidisciplinary micro- and nano-technology research within RMIT University is set to open its doors to users from mid 2014.
VLSCI is the biggest computation facility devoted to life sciences in the world, where researchers can access high-end compute resources and a range of experts to assist them - from research design through to data management and interpretation.
Provides high quality electron microscopy and microanalysis facilities for research and teaching throughout RMIT University and provides access for external users. The Microscopy & Microanalysis Facility is a linked laboratory of the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility.
The Monash eResearch Centre partners with research groups to accelerate and transform research, connecting them to the most appropriate hardware, software and services to sustain that capability.
The Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (MCN) provides open-access to cutting-edge micro-nano fabrication instrumentation in a world-class facility. With twelve highly experienced technical staff devoted to R&D partnerships with industry and a wide range of instrumentation in the one facility, we enable productivity and quality gains for researchers and innovators.
MCEM enables a wide variety of disciplinary and interdisciplinary research projects, covering topics from corrosion to catalysis, optics to superconductivity, alloys to ceramics, polymers to biomaterials and microelectronics to nanotechnology.
Understanding the physics of fluid flow in micro-geometries and its manipulation plus for the development of Lab-on-a-chip devices that allow high sensitivity (single molecule level) of biological/chemical detection
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy determines the structures of molecules ranging from small chemicals to macromolecular proteins and nucleic acids. The NMR Facility contains eight NMR spectrometers available to academic and industry users on a fee for use basis. The massive 800 MHz high-field NMR spectrometer equipped with cyroprobe technology is signficant in its size and capability.
The Australian Synchrotron produces powerful beams of light that can be used to examine the atomic and molecular detail of a wide range of materials.
The $10m Electron Microscopy Unit is a key facility designed for physical sciences, life sciences and engineering applications. The unit is equipped with five state-of-the-art electron microscopes, available to academic and industry users as user operated, collaboration or fee for use basis.