Compounds Australia, Australia’s only dedicated compound management facility, changed its name in line with its growing national and international customer base. Its new logo illustrates a unique and specialised automated compound store – comPOUND®, from TTP Labtech – because this is the backbone of their service.
Compounds Australia was originally the Queensland Compound Library, founded in 2008 at the Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery at Griffith University. It is a national resource that allows chemists to deposit small molecules into a central repository for quick and efficient access by life research teams, and enabling collaborative interactions between Australasian chemists, biomedical researchers, and their international colleagues. It offers dedicated compound management and logistics support to a range of organisations that include academia, medical research institutes, publicly funded research organisations and industry.
The facility was originally established with two comPOUND modules, that has expanded over the years to five modules, and a capacity of up to 600,000 samples at temperatures as low as -20°C.
“For all the comPOUND installations the TTP Labtech engineer had each unit uncrated, built and running seamlessly within a day” said manager Moana Simpson. This strong support means that Compounds Australia know they can rely on TTP Labtech’s comPOUND® storage system in their plans for the future.
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