ARC LIEF 2021 success for School of Chemistry Researchers

School of Chemistry researchers had great success in the most recent round of the Australian Research Council Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) Grants, announced just before Christmas. These grants will fund an exciting expansion of our research instrumentation and capabilities.

Researchers from the School led three successful grants:

"Near Infrared Imaging and Spectroscopy Facility", Dr James Hutchison, Prof Paul Mulvaney, Prof Trevor Smith et al., $302,154

"Magnetometry Facility for Molecular and Nanoscale Materials", A/Prof Colette Boskovic, Prof Paul Mulvaney, Prof Brendan Abrahams, A/Prof Alessandro Soncini et al., $620,000

"A Cutting-Edge and High-Throughput Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Platform", Prof Spencer Williams, A/Prof Colette Boskovic, Prof Paul Donnelly et al., $777,493

Researchers from the School were also Chief Investigators in several other grants led by other Schools or Institutions:

"New Biomolecular Capabilities for the Melbourne Magnetic Resonance Facility", Prof Paul Gooley (Biochemistry), A/Prof Megan Maher et al., $1,000,000

"Multifunctional Platform for Chemical Manufacturing and Energy Materials", Prof Adam Lee (RMIT), Dr Anastasios Polyzos, Dr Georgina Such, Dr Wallace Wong et al., $975,934