UQDI provides high quality, leading technologies for researchers to pursue their research questions. Facilities are managed by expert staff to provide professional support, training and technical consultation to ensure researchers remain focussed on their goals rather than being distracted by technical challenges.

The Australian Cancer Research Foundation has generously supported UQDI by providing funding to equip UQDI with leading technologies in cancer research.

As one of Australia’s top research-intensive universities, UQ provides access to a network of open-source facilities - the Central Research Platforms, which support researchers at all stages of their research journey - from discovery through to commercialisation and impact stages. Detailed information is available on UQ’s Central Research Platforms.

World class, emerging technologies are available to all researchers through shared specialist Core Facilities offered by the Translational Research Institute (TRI). Detailed information is available on the facilities accessible to researchers located at the Translational Research Institute (TRI).