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It feels like Christmas again! Look out for our Phenomics Australia booth at your next Precision Medicine conference to know how to get one of these.

Stay hydrated on-the-go with our water bottle. It’s perfect for carrying with you to the lab, office, gym, or out on a hike!

Take notes, jot down ideas or keep important information at hand during conferences and meetings with our stylish and practical notebook.

Stay on top of your game with our Phenomics Australia pen, great for brainstorming new research ideas, outlining grant proposals, or simply jotting down quick notes.

Keep your tech devices clean and functioning optimally with our travel kit which includes a range of essential items, including earbuds that will help you stay focused and productive during Zoom meetings!

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Phenomics Australia (formerly the Australian Phenomics Network, APN) offers consolidated infrastructure and expertise supporting genomic medicine and biomedical research from discovery through into early clinical development and evaluation.

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