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Agilent Technologies

Agilent's Life Sciences and Chemical Analysis (LSCA) group is a world leading provider of instruments, supplies, software and services to life science and chemical analysis markets. Its key technology platforms include liquid chromatographs, gas chromatographs, microarrays, mass spectrometers and microfluidics-based devices. 

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AgriGen Biotech

AgriGen Biotech is an Australian bioanalytical and DNA testing company with laboratories located within the CSIRO Riverside Corporate Park in northern Sydney. They develop and deliver innovative diagnostic nucleic acid tests to agribusinesses.

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ArrayDirectory is a free data analysis directory for next-generation sequencing. Every day new software become available to the scientific community. Using ArrayDirectory, you can increase your chance to find them.

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Australian Bioinformatics Network

The Australian Bioinformatics Network aims to connect people, resources and opportunities to increase the benefits Australian bioinformatics can deliver.

While our focus is on Australia, we want to help science make an even more positive difference to the world. We hope the Australian Bioinformatics Network will help foster science links internationally and we welcome participation from anyone interested in bioinformatics.



Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics Pty Ltd

The Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics is the largest crop genomics centre in the Southern Hemisphere.
The centre is headquartered at the University of Adelaide's Waite Campus, providing links to plant breeding programs and related agricultural research.
Nodes at the University of Queensland and University of South Australia excel in bioinformatics. The node at the University of Melbourne has close links with Metabolomics Australia and also specialises in proteomics.

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