Biomolecular Frontiers Research Centre
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In 2012, members of the Biomolecular Frontiers Research Centre were awarded research funding of, $8,006,553 with 79.3% from ACG funding (an increase from 2011 of 16% from government sources -comprising 21 grants of which 5 were NHMRC, 6 were ARC, 5 were US government sources, 3 from Cancer Institute and 2 from Federal Government), 13% from Industry (9 projects) and 7.5% from MQ internal schemes (12 grants with 3 MQVCIFs).
Members of the Biomolecular Frontiers team have won grants to work on projects ranging from cancer research to protein discovery.
Research by Associate Professor Ben Herbert has led to innovative surgery for a snow leopard.
Nicolle Packer is leading a collaboration between the Australian Proteome Analysis Facility and Agilent Technologies Australia.
Robert Willows is one of a team that has stumbled on this exciting find.
The Centre's 'omic' scientists will study communication networks in microbes.
Six Macquarie undergraduates beat tough competition at an international synthetic biology contest.