A joint initiative between the University of Queensland and the University of Melbourne, Stemformatics
, is a collaboration between the stem cell and bioinformatics communities. Stemformatics provides a fast way for biologists for find and visualise interesting genes.
StemCore laboratories, also based at the University of Queensland, provides support for pluripotent stem cell culture for our Queensland and NSW-based researchers.
At the Melbourne Brain Centre - in the heart of Parkville’s biological sciences precinct - Stem Cells Australia provides purpose-built core facilities in Flow Cytometry
and pluripotent stem cell culture
for use by our members and other interested researchers. These facilities are located on the 2nd floor of the Kenneth Myer Building
at the University of Melbourne on Royal Parade (opposite the Royal Melbourne Hospital). Bookings are welcome.