The Conditioning and Learning Laboratory investigates a wide range of basic and applied topics in the general area of learning and conditioning.
The University's Environmental Analysis Laboratory operates through the School of Environment Science and Engineering supporting academic staff and postgraduate research.
The GIS and remote sensing centre has close contact with the North coast GIS user group (NCSIG) and provides specialist laboratories for undergraduate and short course teaching and for postgraduate research.
The Laboratory of Perceptual Processing (LoPP) is engaged in a series of projects all aimed at describing the neural correlates of sensory and multi-sensory processing in humans. In particular we are interested in the sensory processing of human biological motion (BM).
Southern Cross Plant Science brings together leading expertise in the fields of plant genetics, phytochemistry and ethnopharmacology enabling us to investigate and improve existing crops as well as developing new useful medicinal and food plants and high value plant products.
Southern Cross Plant Science (SCPS) provides a complete range of plant research capabilities from the association of DNA sequences with individuals, populations and traits, to genetic regulation and expression analyses and analysis of quality traits. We also carry out metabolite profiling, phytochemical analysis and research and development of bioactive natural products within facilities accredited by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (Aust.)
The scanning electron microscopy unit provides electron microscopy services to postgraduate students, staff members and commercial research projects/consultancies.
Updated: 11 March 2014