About the facility

Proteins are studied and used in numerous research fields, the vast majority of biopharmaceuticals are and will be proteins. As a leading Australian research university with particular strengths in biomolecular and biomedical sciences, the University of New South Wales hosts its own Recombinant Products Facility. The Facility was established in 2007 under the NCRIS scheme to provide access to students and researchers to state of the art equipment and expertise in recombinant protein expression, production, purification and characterisation.

It is currently located in Samuels building rooms 128 (cell culture and fermentation, PC2 facility) and 124 (HPLC, AKTA Purifier, Explorer and Start).

The Recombinant Products Facility has been set up to help researchers to fast track their projects at any stage of their protein production pipeline:




Get in touch

Get in touch

Please feel free to contact us if you want to find out more about the capabilities of the Recombinant Products Facility and how we may be able to help produce and purify your protein at the University of New South Wales.