Australian Plant Phenomics Facility
The Australian Plant Phenomics Facility supports excellence in research and offers access to state-of-the-art plant phenotyping technology and plant growth environments to national and international publicly-funded researchers and industry users.
Our multi-disciplinary team provides expert consultation in plant phenomics and is dedicated to assisting you in the design and management of your experiment. We encourage facility users to discuss their requirements and project design with us prior to submitting an application form in order to optimise your proposal and research outcome.
Our streamlined application process involves the submission of a booking sheet / request for service form, assessment of the project proposal, preparation of a quote and the completion of a facility access agreement.
We have in place a number of programs to support access to our capabilities:
APPF Travel Grants - The APPF is committed to providing easy access to state-of-the-art automated phenotyping capabilities in controlled environments and in the field. We have established a travel fund to support interstate researchers wishing to use APPF infrastructure in Adelaide and Canberra.
APPF Phenomics Infrastructure for Excellence in Plant Science (PIEPS) - The APPF is committed to facilitating cutting edge research in plant phenomics. We have introduced the Phenomics Infrastructure for Excellence in Plant Science scheme to provide improved access to APPF platforms to interdisciplinary collaborators undertaking innovative projects of significant scale and vision.
Postgraduate Internship Awards - The Australian Plant Phenomics Facility is enthusiastic about highly motivated and research focussed postgraduate students joining its team as an intern. In order to attract the very best students, we provide postgraduate internship grants.
The University of Adelaide
Last Modified 16/10/2017 Helli Meinecke
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