Bioplatforms Australia is leading an exciting initiative that aims to propel Australia into a leadership position in the field of synthetic biology.
The Microbial Ocean Atlas aims to distill complex data for broader accessibility.
Bioplatforms Australia facilities partners with Ukrainian researchers affected by conflict through the Australian Academy of Science Ukraine-Australia facility research fund
Bioplatforms Australia, the Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG), and the Safeguarding Australia through Biotechnology Response and Engagement (SABRE) Alliance have joined forces in a strategic partnership to introduce the Ricin Genomics and Global Origins Initiative.
Bioplatforms is committed to supporting the Australian life sciences community through a diverse access program, provision of targeted infrastructure requirements, and making integrated capability available to initiatives of breadth, scale and complexity in a way that is not readily achievable through other mechanisms.
Value adding to Australia’s pulse proteins industry through the integration of environmental, agronomy and omics data
Bioplatforms Australia is pleased to announce a significant boost to its capabilities and resources, thanks to a substantial investment from the Australian Government Department of Education through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) program.
The innovative start-up providing an alternative green hydrogen solution has secured seed funding that will enable HydGene to scale up production of its biocatalyst technology for pilot testing, expand its team and conduct further R&D to bring down the unit economics of its green hydrogen product.