The Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery has become the new home for a uniquely curated library of 329,000 chemical compounds used to advance drug research in Australia.
The Queensland Government has awarded $1.875 million in funding to Compounds Australia.
Grant to fund technology that uses sound waves to vibrate chemical samples from acoustic microtube into assay-ready formats.
Griffith University has produced a major new online resource for Australia‘s researchers. The Compounds Australia Structure PoRtal (known as “CASPeR”) is an online portal providing access to the data of more than 50,000 different compounds and samples. Researchers can search for a chemical structure they believe will assist their work and the database will offer […]
The launch of the newly named Compounds Australia begins a program of growth and diversification to boost its collection and enhance benefits for industry and research
Griffith University’s Eskitis Institute will be the gateway for European scientists to access potential building blocks for new drugs and other products sourced from compounds created by Australian chemistry researchers.