Upgrade of existing university low field and high field nuclear magnetic resonance facilities [ 2006 - 2006 ]

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Researchers Prof RJ Quinn; Prof Z Xu; Dr SE Boyd; Dr GK Pierens; Dr WA Loughlin; Prof PC Healy

Brief description The ongoing pursuit of new medicines and therapies, the development of sustainable forestry management practices and the assessment of the impact of global climate change on Australian forest soils are some of the research objectives being addressed by researchers at Griffith University. The Eskitis Institute for Cell and Molecular Therapies and the Centre for Forestry and Horticultural Research (CFHR) bring together researchers from a range of disciplines to further research in these key areas. The instruments funded here will provide researchers with access to spectroscopic facilities with state-of-the-art performance. This will ensure the continued international competitiveness and the sustained productivity of our research programmes.

Funding Amount $350,000

Funding Scheme Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities

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