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Welcome to Core Research Facilities Annual Symposium.

The University’s Core Research Facilities provide access to world-class research infrastructure and offer a range of research services that assist researchers to tackle the most important questions in their fields. The facilities are designed for use by scientists spanning the physical, medical, life and engineering sciences and throughout the humanities and social sciences. They serve as a focal point for collaborations and partnerships between researchers from diverse disciplines to address frontier research questions.

Join us for the Core Research Facilities Annual Symposium where we will exhibit our cutting-edge research capacity, highlighting our extensive upcoming program of instrument upgrades and new installations, and how these will provide our researchers with a competitive edge in 2018 and beyond.

Event Program:

Facilities & Research Exhibition & Morning Tea 10am - 11am

Prof. David Bell, Harvard University - Key Note Lecture & Q&A 11.15am - 12.15pm

Lunch, Exhibition & Tours of Sydney Nanoscience Hub 12.15pm - 1.15pm

Dr. Michel Bosman, National University of Singapore - Lecture & Q&A 1.5pm - 2.15pm

Core Research Facilities - Presentations 2.15pm - 4.30pm

Networking & Drinks 4.30pm - 5.30pm

Our Core Research Facilities:

Research & Prototype Foundry

Based at the Sydney Nanoscience Hub, the Research

& Prototype Foundry offers precise fabrication of

nanostructures in a purpose-built cleanroom with

extremely precise regulation of temperature, humidity,

light and air composition, vibrations and electromagnetic


Sydney Cytometry

Jointly operated by the University of Sydney and the

Centenary Institute, Sydney Cytometry provides

access to and training in cytometry and cell-sorting

techniques for researchers both internal and

external to the University.

Sydney Imaging

Offering world-class imaging capabilities such as preclinical

and clinical modalities, and a world-class hybrid theatre,

Sydney Imaging is a unique facility for research and

education in the field of biomedical science as well as

training and development of specialised and complex

surgical skills.

Sydney Informatics Hub

The Sydney Informatics Hub supports researchers who

rely on data analytics, statistical and High Performance

Computing processing, the management and retrieval

of information, and its transformation into knowledge

across disciplines.

Sydney Mass Spectrometry

This core research facility, based in the CPC’s Research

and Education Hub, supports research with a global

impact in the areas of proteomics, metabolomics and

mass spectrometry imaging. We have a suite of sixteen

mass spectrometers, ranging from triple quads to Orbitraps.

Sydney Microscopy & Mircoanalysis

One of the largest and most comprehensive facilities of

its kind in the world, Sydney Microscopy & Microanalysis

enables insights into how materials work – at the

scale of living cells, tissue, molecules, crystals or even

individual atoms.

Vibrational Spectroscopy

This facility’s state-of-the- art instruments and

services allow researchers to characterise the

molecular structure and composition of solutions

and solid materials including the 2D/3D structural

distributions in biological and inorganic samples.

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