Up close and personal with multi-million dollar machines

12 Jul 2017
a researcher at work in the Centre for Geoanalytical Mass Spectrometry
The centre is one of the most advanced of its kind.

One of the most advanced analytical research laboratories of its kind will be opened to the public on Thursday, 13 July at The University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus.

New equipment worth $2.5 million will be showcased at the Centre for Geoanalytical Mass Spectrometry (CGMS), a hub backed by researchers from Queensland’s major research institutions.

Deputy Head of UQ’s School of Earth and Environmental Sciences and CGMS Director, Professor Sue Golding, said the centre was at the heart of an “exciting future-focused collaboration”.

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