A massively parallel genome analysis facility for the ACT region

  • Shannon, M Frances (PI)
  • Allison, Gwen (CoI)
  • Badger, Murray (CoI)
  • Cazzonelli, Christopher (CoI)
  • Cook, Matthew (CoI)
  • Crisp, Mike (CoI)
  • Dennis, Elizabeth (CoI)
  • Easteal, Simon (CoI)
  • Foley, William (CoI)
  • Georges, Arthur (CoI)
  • Goodnow, Christopher (CoI)
  • Gordon, David (CoI)
  • Graves, Jennifer (CoI)
  • Hardham, Adrienne (CoI)
  • Keogh, Scott (CoI)
  • Linde, Celeste (CoI)
  • Mahalingam, Suresh (Surendran) (CoI)
  • McNevin, Dennis (CoI)
  • Oakeshott, John Graham (CoI)
  • Peakall, Rod (CoI)
  • Pogson, Barry (CoI)
  • Spriggs, Matthew (CoI)
  • Tremethick, David (CoI)
  • Young, Andrew (CoI)

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    Massively parallel DNA sequencing is the cornerstone of a revolution that is transforming biological (environmental, agricultural, and biomedical) research from a low throughput, single molecule/organism science to a high throughput systems-wide science. This technology provides enormous improvements of scale (cost, speed, quantity) and scope (new applications) over current sequencing technology, allowing unprecedented insight at all levels of biological organisation from molecule to ecosystem. The technology is required at a local level because of rapid integration into all aspects of biological research and advanced research training. This application seeks LIEF support to install this new technology into the bioscience hub in the ACT.
    Effective start/end date1/01/0931/12/09


    • Australian Research Council (ARC): A$550,000.00


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