Renewed NCRIS success

Australian microscopy

Funding has been announced that ensures that the AMMRF can continue to enable world-class research until mid 2015. The renewed National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) funding will allow us to keep our facility open for business and continue our essential support for Australian science and industry. Innovation Minister, Senator the Hon. Kim Carr recognised the critical role of research infrastructure, saying that this funding �will boost Australia’s efforts to build a knowledge economy.�

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