A joint NMR research facility has been established by Agilent Technologies Inc. and the University of Technology, Sydney. It will be home to cutting-edge technology to support a range of UTS staff and student research projects, including identifying and measuring drug treatments for osteoporosis, and analyzing solid tissue samples and bacteria in search of more effective treatments for osteoporosis.
This joint NMR facility is the first for Agilent in South Asia Pacific. It is part of an ongoing research and technology collaboration between UTS and Agilent. The two organizations established one of the world’s first elemental bio-imaging facilities in 2008.