Funded directly through the NCRIS program that established the AMMRF, these instruments are often unique within Australia. Each has a dedicated support engineer and a lower access charge than other instrumentation, to encourage access and further support research.
Several of our nodes and Linked Labs provide modified working environments for various advanced experiments. These include PC2, PC3 and now PC4 physical containment labs for imaging biohazardous samples and live animals. Some nodes also have clean rooms.