Case Studies

Browse our case studies for some of the most exciting research findings Phenomics Australia has enabled.

When food kills

A Phenomics Australia and Therapeutic Innovation Australia case study Infrastructure and expertise supported by Phenomics Australia and Therapeutic Innovation Australia (TIA)are used in fighting food poisoning

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Genetic biocontrol of mouse plagues

A Phenomics Australia case study Phenomics Australia infrastructure used in biocontrol and environment protection. While Phenomics Australia’s infrastructure has primarily been focused on health discovery and

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Research Highlights

For nearly 15 years, Phenomics Australia has been providing Australia’s leading universities and medical research institutes with top infrastructure and research models for vital biomedical research. Browse our archives for the most exciting research findings on Phenomics Australia’s history.

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