Affiliated facilities

The School of Life and Environmental Sciences also has links with facilities that provide unique research and study opportunities for students studying with us.

Core research facilities

The University's core research facilities provide access to high-end research infrastructure and offer a range of related services to assist researchers with specialist applications.

Analytical Facility

The Faculty of Agriculture and Environment has a suite of analytical instruments that are available to students and researchers for isotopic, elemental and organic compound analysis.

One Tree Island Research Station

The Faculty of Science oversees the world’s only research station licensed to facilitate teaching and research on the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef.

University Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Our veterinary teaching hospitals employ the latest medical technology and world-recognised specialists to care for small animals, wildlife, livestock and horses.

Other veterinary hospitals

Our students and researchers can access an extensive network of farms and research units at the University's Camden campus.

Plant Breeding Institute

The research conducted at the Plant Breeding Institute (PBI) concentrates on plant production, plant breeding and related areas. Plant breeding encompasses a wide range of skills and disciplines including molecular biology, plant pathology, agronomy and cereal chemistry.

Centre for Carbon, Water and Food

The big issues facing the world today – building sustainable food, water and energy supplies – will not be solved by single-focus, reductionist approaches. We need a multidisciplinary approach, in which various environmental and related specialisations can be integrated in collaborative projects that aim to find solutions to secure a sustainable future.