Major Units & Facilities

Find a unit or facility in the list below.
Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry Facility

Welcome to the Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry Facility (BMSF) at the Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre (MWAC).

Biological Resources Imaging Laboratory

The Biological Resource Imaging Laboratory (BRIL) is a unit of the Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre located in the Lowy Cancer Research Centre. BRIL is focused on providing state-of-the-art in vivo and ex vivo Preclinical Imaging services.


Welcome to the UNSW Biorepository

Tumour tissue banks are vital for cancer research.
Electron Microscope Unit

Welcome to the Electron Microscope Unit at the University of New South Wales. We are a central research infrastructure unit that provides microscopy and analysis facilities to the research community of the University.

Flow Cytometry

The Flow Cytometry Facility offers high-end instrumentation and expertise for cell/particle sorting and analysis across a broad range of both biological and environmental research applications.

MWAC SEB Cell Culture Facility

Welcome to the MWAC Cell Culture Facility. We are a multi-user facility located in the MWAC PC2 lab on level 5 of the Science and Engineering Building (E8).

The facility is open for use by UNSW and external researchers and students. 

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility

The University NMR Facility was first established as an Inter-Faculty operation with its first spectrometer with a superconducting magnet, in 1982.

Spectroscopy Laboratory

The Spectroscopy Laboratory has a focus on vibrational spectroscopy techniques, Raman and infrared, enabling chemical characterisation and micron-scale mapping of solids, liquids and powders.

Stats Central

Stats Central is a statistical consulting unit established at UNSW in 2016 to provide university-wide support for staff and students during study design and analysis.  It is funded through the research division, with the support of the School of Mathematics and

Structural Biology Facility

Welcome to the Structural Biology Facility!

We specialise in the research into the structures of proteins and other large macromolecules with a strong focus on the technique of X-ray crystallography.

We are located in the Biosciences North D26 building.