News and Media
Bioplatforms News – Strategic partnership between ARDC and Bioplatforms provides a solution to the bioinformatics challenge
Strategic partnership between the Australian Research Data Commons and Bioplatforms Australia provides a solution to the bioinformatics challenge
Bioplatforms Australia News New publication – Unexpected discovery behind second Devil facial tumour A new publication from lead author Dr Amanda Patchett of the University of Tasmania's Menzies Institute for Medical Research describes the unexpected discovery...
A new Australia-wide research framework initiative, the ‘Australian Microbiome’, brings together researchers from more than 40 institutions and government organisations across Australia to advance the understanding of the function of microorganisms in natural Australian environments. The nationally inclusive program is supported by Bioplatforms Australia and the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) through the Australian Government’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS), Parks Australia through the Bush Blitz program funded by the Australian Government and BHP, and CSIRO.
Bioplatforms Australia News Towards an Australian Bioinformatics Commons: Announcing the Bioinformatics Commons Pathfinder Environmental, agricultural and biomedical research will all be enhanced by the Australian Bioinformatics Commons Pathfinder project. This...
Bioplatforms News – National Synthetic Biology scoping study – Adelaide, Perth and Canberra consultations
Bioplatforms Australia News National Synthetic Biology scoping study – Adelaide, Perth and Canberra consultations In the May 2018 budget, the Commonwealth Government announced its long-term investment in support of the Australian Government National Research...
Partnership between Australian State and National Herbaria, Botanic Gardens and plant research community to establish a genomics resource for native Australian plants. Bringing together researchers, data specialists, state governments, commonwealth government agencies and plant conservation agencies.
Partnership between Monash Uni, Bioplatforms and UNSW, to create a powerful resource for biomedical research.
New paper published in Genome Biology by researchers from the Sea-quence project: ReFuGe 2020 found adaptation of some coral species to resist heat stress
+61 0410 538 648