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Bulk Nutrients

7 Crabtree Road Grove, Tasmania, 7109The idea behind Bulk Nutrients started approximately 10 years ago when Managing Director Ben Crowley, lived in Japan for 12 months teaching English. A keen trainer and supplement user, Ben was shocked by the prices and availability of supplements in Japan. As supplements were so hard to come by in there he bought his personal supply from The U.S and had them shipped to Japan directly where he lived. Being from Australia he just assumed that we had always paid reasonable amounts for supplements in Aus, that was until he started buying them direct from the U.S! Ben was amazed at how affordable supplements were in the U.S as well as the massive range available. When he looked more deeply into why this occurred, a few things became clear.

Bulk Nutrients

7 Crabtree Road Grove, Tasmania, 7109 AustraliaThe idea behind Bulk Nutrients started approximately 10 years ago when Managing Director Ben Crowley, lived in Japan for 12 months teaching English. A keen trainer and supplement user, Ben was shocked by the prices and availability of supplements in Japan. As supplements were so hard to come by in there he bought his personal supply from The U.S and had them shipped to Japan directly where he lived. Being from Australia he just assumed that we had always paid reasonable amounts for supplements in Aus, that was until he started buying them direct from the U.S! Ben was amazed at how affordable supplements were in the U.S as well as the massive range available. When he looked more deeply into why this occurred, a few things became clear.

KK Biomed

825 N. 300 West, #C320KK Biomed offers reagents and kits in addition to HPLC/drug analysis services.

Peracto

16 Hillcrest Road Devonport Tasmania 7310 AustraliaPeracto is one of Australia's largest private agricultural research organisations. The company provides a range of independent research, development and related scientific and technical services to private and corporate clients. Peracto works closely with all levels of industry from growers through to agribusiness and the agricultural chemical industry.

Selborne Biological Services

1064 Pateena Road Longford, Tasmania, 7301, AustraliaSelborne Biological Services supplies animal blood products, protein fractions, and custom polyclonal antibody services.

University of Tasmania TIA Dairy Research Facility

Cradle Coast Campus 16-20 Mooreville Road Box 3523 BURNIE, TAS, 7320 AustraliaThe TIA Dairy Research Facility is located on Nunns Road, Elliott, in the north west of the state. The research facility consists of: 220 hectares (112 hectare milking area, 72 hectare run-off, remainder is bush, laneways, dams and buildings) 20 unit a-side swing-over herringbone dairy with automatic cup removers, automatic weighing, auto-drafting, and an Alpro milk monitoring system. The dairy yard has been expanded to hold 400 cows and laneways renovated A 300m (24hectare) centre pivot irrigator with variable rate control 40% of the milking platform is irrigated (combination of centre pivot, k-line and fixed sprinkler irrigation) 335 cows, 100 rising 2 year olds, and 120 rising 1 year olds. The breeding policy aims to achieve a herd comprised of 20% Holstein Friesian animals with the remainder cross bred animals (primarily Friesian X Jersey). Currently the herd also contains a number of Friesian x Aussie Red and Friesian x Montbeliarde x Aussie Red. Basic laboratory and drying oven facilities Research at TDRF is conducted in numerous ways ñ small plots within paddocks, comparisons between areas on the farm, or larger scale research that uses part of the farm and a herd of cows. Research is conducted mainly in the areas of: Feedbase (pasture and crops) Soils and nutrient management Water Cow health and nutrition Use of technology Ongoing, regular monitoring is carried out to provide information for farm management and to also create a database of historical information that can be used for research purposes. This monitoring includes: Daily milk production Daily climatic data Weekly pasture walks on milking area Monthly weighing of milking cows Monthly weighing of young stock Monthly condition scoring of milking cows

University of Tasmania Central Science Laboratory

Chemistry Building Hobart, Tasmania, 7001 AustraliaThe Central Science Laboratory (CSL) is a central UTAS service that provides academic and technical advice, support, collaboration and teaching in atomic and molecular analysis and several different forms of microscopy. A host of research level analytical instruments are housed in the CSL, where a wide variety of methodologies are utilised. We also provide high level electronic and mechanical engineering workshop support, ranging from design, coding and construction of unique analytical equipment through to general electronic and mechanical repairs. The CSL also provides Federal organisations, State Government and local industries and communities with access to equipment and scientific services that is not otherwise available in Tasmania.

University of Tasmania Human Interface Technology Laboratory Australia (HITLab AU)

C/- School of Engineering and ICT Locked Bag 1359 Launceston, Tasmania, 7250 AustraliaThe HITLab Australia (HITLab AU) is a specialist human interface technology teaching and research centre developed by the University of Tasmania within the School of Engineering and ICT. Established in 2008, it partners with the world-renowned HITLab US (http://www.hitl.washington.edu) based at the University of Washington in Seattle and has links with the HITLab NZ (http://www.hitlabnz.org) based at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. A primary objective of HITLab Australia is to serve as an economic engine for Tasmania (and Australia as a whole) by tapping the enormous talent at UTAS and working on projects that empower people by building advanced interface technology that unlocks and links minds. HITLab AU offers of a human interface technology units in the Bachelor of ICT; post-graduate coursework, honours and research higher degree programs. We partner with local, national and international business and industry in the research and development of projects with strong commercial potential. Locally within the University of Tasmania we are exploring the development of research and teaching collaborations across a range of disciplines including Architecture, Visual & Performing Arts, Nursing and Health Science, Engineering, and with the Australian Maritime College.