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ACRF Biomolecular Resource Facility
The Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) Biomolecular Resource Facility (BRF) is a core lab providing researchers with access to state of the art techniques for molecular, genetic and protein-based studies.
Advanced Imaging Precinct
The Advanced Imaging Precinct includes the Centre for Advanced Microscopy (CAM) and the National Laboratory for X-ray Micro Computed Tomography (CTLab).
Australian Phenomics Facility
The Australian Phenomics Facility supports open access large-scale phenotyping of humans and mice to uncover the biological drivers in human disease.
Australian Plant Phenomics Facility
The Australian Plant Phenomics Facility at ANU is the only place in the world that provides high-calibre public sector access to infrastructure and expertise on crop performance.
Calvary Hospital clinical and academic units
Calvary Hospital is a teaching hospital associated with the Australian National University.
Imaging & Cytometry Facility
The Imaging & Cytometry Facility researchers with provides access to equipment, advice and training in cell sorting, benchtop cell analysis, fluorescence, confocal and 2 photon microscopy, histology, live cell and animal imaging, data and image analysis, IVIS imaging, micro CT imaging and use of Extracellular Flux Analyzer.
The Language Lab at the ANU Research School of Psychology is home to the Canberra Longitudinal Child Language (CLCL) Project.
National Computational Infrastructure
The National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) is home to the Southern Hemisphere’s most highly-integrated supercomputer and filesystems, Australia’s highest performance research cloud, and one of the nation’s largest data catalogues—all supported by an expert team.
The Canberra Hospital campus
Canberra Hospital hosts a number of ANU clinical and academic units, as well as oncological clinical trials.