Phenomics Australia Research Highlight Phenomics Australia provides important non-animal disease modelling technologies for health research in Australia, and we will be investing over $2m to 2023
Phenomics Australia hosted a Science Communication Internship in collaboration with the Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS) at the Australian National University
The Exposure Draft has been published in full on the 2021 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap website, accompanied by a set of targeted questions for you to
NCATS Assay Guidance Manual ‘Cell Based Assays and Lead Discovery’ A/Prof Kaylene Simpson, Head of the Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics at Peter Mac recently was
SRAP Laureate Phenomics Australia Communications and Outreach Coordinator, Dr Marina Trigueros, proudly received the SRAP Laureate Award last Friday 26th of November during the 7th Australia-Spain
A Phenomics Australia case study Multidrug-resistant bacteria are a leading public health threat. With the help of the Phenomics Australia Histopathology and Slide Scanning Service, researchers
Under the cadre of the 10th Anniversary, the IMPC is organising a series of thematic workshops (impcworkshops.com/workshops) aiming to showcase how IMPC data can be used
We would like to inform you that the videos of the IMPC 10th Anniversary Virtual Conference «Mouse Genetics and Genomic Medicine», realized on 23 – 24
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