The Westmead Millennium Institute for Medical Research (WMI) has been opened by Prime Minister Tony Abbott and NSW Premier Mike Baird, bringing together several centres of research which were previously spread across six locations on the Westmead hospital campus.
The MMM Medcenter Climacell EVO offers precise and reproducible control of temperature (-20 to +100°C), relative humidity (10-95%) and CO2 (0-20%), self-sterilisation (at 160°C), sophisticated programmability (100 programs of 100 sectors each), integrated data logging and FDA 21 Part 11 compliance. The machine is controlled via a 145 mm full-colour graphic touch screen.
The Modulab System 6000, from Westlab, is a modular, prefabricated system that offers a high-quality and flexible laboratory workspace for institutions, universities and industrial laboratories.
BioSA, an initiative established by the South Australian Government, is this week opening its Tech Hub - a business incubator designed to facilitate collaborations, knowledge transfer and support for technology companies.
The Polystore corrosive storage cabinet is suitable for containing corrosive chemicals and substances in the laboratory. Available in a wide range of sizes, the cabinet offers a safe, stylish storage option.
RMIT University has opened its new MicroNano Research Facility (MNRF) - a $30 million, 1200 m2 building that will drive cutting-edge advances in micro- and nanotechnologies, supporting projects that span across the traditional disciplines of physics, chemistry, engineering, biology and medicine.
Statebourne Cryogenics has developed the Biorack racking system based on a 133 x 133 mm footprint to accommodate blood bags, cord blood bags, Falcon tubes, 96-well plates and IVF straws in a narrow-neck LN2 refrigerator.
AUT University has announced the opening of the AUT-Roche Diagnostics Laboratory in an example of the strong collaboration between the university and Roche Diagnostics - a partnership said to be the first of its kind in New Zealand.
RMIT University has announced a $1.25 million research facility to support the development of cheap, ultraprecise and easy-to-use nanodevices for the rapid diagnosis and detection of health hazards.
Automated environmental monitoring and biological monitoring systems provide effective and reliable methods for monitoring of viable and non-viable particles in Grade A/B cleanrooms along with other critical environmental conditions such as pressure, relative humidity and temperature.
Early work has begun on the ANM Project - a $168 million plan to build a nuclear medicine manufacturing plant and waste treatment plant to treat by-products for permanent, safe storage.
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