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ABACBS (pron.ˈabəkəs) runs the Australian Bioinformatics Network

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Friday
Aug032012

Compumedics

Compumedics produces computer-based medical monitoring and diagnostic equipment, specialising in neurophysiology and sleep disorders.

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Friday
Aug032012

Cooperative Research Centre for Sheep Industry Innovation

The CRC for Sheep Industry Innovation (Sheep CRC) was established for a term of seven years with effect from July 2007 until June 2014 to undertake a program of research and delivery of innovation to the Australian sheep industry. The role of the CRC is to facilitate transformation of the sheep industry through making sheep easier to manage, developing the production and processing of meat and wool to meet increasing consumer expectations and by increasing the uptake of new technologies by industry.

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Monday
Jul162012

EMBL Australia

Australia is the first Associate Member of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL). EMBL Australia provides Australian researchers access to EMBL through activities such as funded research positions, collaborative ventures and the formation of research institutes.

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Friday
Aug032012

iClinix

iClinix is an Australian owned and operated organisation specialising in clinical systems software development. It provides commercial off-the-shelf and tailored products as well as expertise in program implementation and project management. Their expertise is based on Microsoft .Net Framework and SQL Server technology.

 

Friday
Aug032012

Institute for Molecular Bioscience

IMB researchers investigate the basis of human development at the genetic, molecular, cellular and organ levels. By understanding the development process and aspects that go awry in complex diseases, the IMB aims to develop therapies and technologies to prevent or repair diseases and create new industries in biology and information technology.
IMB scientists are working in the areas of genomics and computational biology; molecular genetics and development; molecular cell biology; and chemical and structural biology.
IMB's integrated research divisions comprise more than 30 research groups working at the forefront of mammalian biology and chemistry.

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