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High-impact research through state-of-the-art infrastructure
Pursuing research excellence requires the latest innovative technology across all disciplines. This is why we're investing in world-class and openly-accessible core research facilities.

The University of Sydney’s core research facilities provide access to high-end research infrastructure and offer a range of related services to assist researchers with specialist applications. These centralised, shared facilities span faculties and serve as focal points of research activity.

The core research facilities bring together a critical mass of researchers from diverse disciplines, and provide the means to better manage and sustain high-end research infrastructure to conduct quality research.

Core research facilities

National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy

The National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) is a federal government initiative that provides funding for major research facilities, supporting infrastructure and networks to drive research excellence. NCRIS builds collaborations between researchers, government and industry to deliver practical outcomes to complex issues challenging our society.

The University of Sydney is involved in the following NCRIS facilities:

Core research facilities brochure

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We will invest in major new capabilities for our core research facilities, that will provide our researchers with the infrastructure, tools and technical support to pursue research excellence.
The University of Sydney 2016-20 Strategic Plan

Contact us

Professor Simon Ringer

Director, Core Research Facilities

Tim Dixon

Operations and Program Manager

Jim Hennessy

Strategic Engagement Manager