Executive Director Digital, National Facilities And Collections
A new model of laboratory design is emerging. As we shift into a more flexible and collaborative arrangement, adequate bench spaces need to re-assigned into a shared service model. The CSIRO is at the forefront of Australia’s Research and Development and host Australia’s national research facilities and scientific infrastructure. In this session, Dave Williams will explore the national facilities movement into core-service models to optimize space and returns on investments.
- The challenges national facilities are facing as we move into the radically evolving future
- Assigning centralised equipment and instrumentation to allow direct investments in individual experiments and less on redundant resources
- Assessing equipment validity, changes, cost and efficiency: is it worth it?
- Discovering an efficiency operating system required for shared resource