TrACEES Platform Stage 2 funded
Congratulations to the Steering Committee and Management of the Melbourne Trace Analysis for Chemical, Earth and Environmental Sciences (TrACEES) platform for their successful $1.88 M funding through the application to the Melbourne Collaborative Research Infrastructure Committee for funding the platform for its Stage 2 program (2019 - 2021). The platform has received also significant financial support from the Faculty of …
Another Successful Workshop
The 2018 TrACEES Micro-CT Workshop was held in the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne on the 7th of November with around 60 attendees from 10 different institutes in attendance for a morning of science talks and discussion revolving around the collection and analysis of micro-CT data. The event exhibited research from scientists of various scientific disciplines …
TrACEES Micro-CT workshop
X-Ray Computed Tomography (XCT) is a technique for the non-destructive 3D visualization of the internal structure of objects. The TrACEES platform at the University of Melbourne currently operates a GE Phoenix Nanotom M micro-CT scanner with a resolution ranging from 1 micrometer to 70 micrometer on an object 1 mm3 to ~3000 cm3 in size. This workshop will highlight research from 2018 …
TrACEES has recently upgraded its website in order to achieve a simplified channel of information and more information with regard to our capabilities and techniques, including: 1. homepage contains three pathfinders, services, equipment access and news. 2. homepage contains a tab list for techniques, capabilities, about us, news and contact. 2. a sorting table for analytical services with example applications, and a …
Form maintenance complete
Sample submission forms are now in individual pages and ready for submission. Please contract TrACEES management if you experience any difficulty using the form.
Submission form maintenance
Sample submission forms are currently not accessible due to recent spams. Forms will be upgraded ASAP. Thanks for your patience. --TrACEES management
Technical Seminar 2017#1
Welcome to the TrACEES Platform's technical seminar series at the University of Melbourne! This technical sermar series aims to provide users fundametnal to advanced level of knowledge and skills, and to support their projects and researches. In particular focus on specific instrumentation, it will help users for answer: Why will I need this technique and what information will I obtain? What sample can …
Successful ARC Linkage Grant!
Congratulations to Prof Deli Chen the academic champion of Soil node on his ARC linkage grant with colleagues. Project ID: LP160101417 New fertiliser technologies for sustained food security. This project aims to provide fundamental research to develop next-generation fertiliser products that will improve nitrogen use efficiency, and reduce nitrogen losses in food production systems. It will achieve this goal through a multidisciplinary …