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Managing national research infrastructure for the nation

image of the G Ragless egg collection The Australian National Wildlife Collection (ANWC), part of the National Research Collections Australia, holds more than 17,000 bird eggs from more than 1,000 species, including the G. Ragless Collection.Through our facilities, we are enabling scientists to deliver world-class research, as well as safeguarding Australia’s health and industries.

Australian Animal Health Laboratory: protecting Australia from emerging infectious disease threats.

Australia Telescope National Facility: Australia’s premier radio astronomy infrastructure and technical leadership for space activities.

Marine National Facility: supporting, enabling and inspiring marine science.

National Research Collections Australia: securing our biodiversity future.

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre: a world-class high‑performance supercomputing facility.

Atlas of Living Australia: making Australia’s biological specimen collections available on-line.