Automated separations platform combining analytical HPLC and MS analysis
Compounds ANU (CANU) aims to directly link the leading synthetic chemistry capabilities within the RSC to ANU medical and biological research programs primarily conducted within the RSB and JCSMR.
This automated system enables us to purify several compounds per day in order to screen them in subsequent biochemical assays.
Fully-equipped laboratory space for chemical synthesis.
Electrochemical reactors for preparative organic synthesis.
The Joint Mass Spectrometry Facility (JMSF) was created in 2016 by the Research School of Chemistry and Research School of Biology to consolidate and grow mass spectrometry facilities at the ANU. In partnership with the CSIRO Black Mountain campus, the JMSF is supporting research in the greater Canberra region as an important aspect of the Science and Industry Endowment Fund (SIEF) supported Analytical Precinct.
Freeze-dryer for concentrating aqueous samples
Magnetic Resonance techniques have applications in all fields of the experimental sciences. It is the single most powerful method available to chemists for studying the composition, structure and function of molecules.
The School has several modern X-ray diffractometers used for both chemical crystallography and macromolecular crystallography. It also houses specialist equipment built for the study of incommensurate diffraction. All diffractometers have Oxford Cryostream dry nitrogen cooling apparatus incorporated. The diffractometers are housed in a large purpose built laboratory with climate control and are currently run and maintained by two full time experienced crystallographers.
Separations platform for the purification of peptides and small molecules.