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We are the National Imaging Facility (NIF), a project of the NCRIS Australian research infrastructure program. The NIF Central team operates within an unincorporated joint venture agreement at the University of Queensland, while all NIF Facility and Informatics Fellows are hosted within Institutional Nodes around Australia.
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