Equipment and infrastructure

The University of Queensland has a wide range of equipment and facilities available for use by qualified individuals looking to expand their research capabilities. Find databases, laboratories, imaging and fabrication technology, microscopes, spectrometers and more, as well as vehicles for field work and our two research stations, located at Heron Island and Moreton Bay.

Analytical chemistry, argon geochronology, centrifugation, microanalytical services, molecular biology and microorganism culture, PC2 approved facilities, poster printing, protein analysis, radiogenic isotopes, stable isotope geochemistry
Animal resources, diagnostic services for local veterinary clinics, equine genetic research, glasshouses, veterinary flow cytometry
QFAB Bioinformatics
Small molecule x-ray crystallography, remote operation crystallisation and x-ray diffraction
School of Chemistry and Molecular Biology, Veterinary Laboratory Services, Queensland Brain Institute, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology
Animal genetics, ecogenomics, Australian Genetic Research Facility, UQ AGRF Genome Facility, polymerase chain reaction, sequencing
School of Biomedical Sciences, Queensland Brain Institute, UQ Diamantina Institute
AusLit database, archaeological science laboratories, anthropology museum, antiquities museum, business research laboratories and database access, law research databases, media laboratory
Magnetic resonance instrumentation - Centre for Advanced Imaging, magnetic resonance instrumentation - Herston Imaging Research Facility, mass spectrometry
Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis/Centre for Advanced Imagery, Institute for Molecular Bioscience, School of Chemistry and Molecular Bioscience, UQ Diamantina Institute
Abrasive wear, Australian National Fabrication Facility, concrete, fire, materials testing, metallic and non-metallic materials, structures
Biological and physical science research analysis, cancer biology imagining, cryo-TEM, optical microscopy, Centre for Advanced Light Microscopy, Queensland Brain Institute
Microwave and photonics laboratories
Comminution, ecosystems research program UAVs, herbarium, mineral flotation, mineral sample analysis, mineral sample preparation/cutting/crushing/grinding, mineral sizing, poster printing, research laboratories, vehicles and field equipment
Biomolecular nuclear magnetic resonance instrumentation, Centre for Advanced Imaging, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences
Protein Expression Facility, National Biologics Facility and Stem Cell Research
Heron Island, Moreton Bay
Boating and diving, chemical services, furniture, glassblowing, laboratory supplies, scientific workshops, stationery and product stores (Gatton and St Lucia)
Magnetic Circular Dichroism (MCD) spectroscopy, photochemistry and ultrafast laser spectroscopy


For more information about UQ's equipment and facilities, contact Director, Research Infrastructure.