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Corporate entry CSIRO Molecular and Health Technologies (2005 - )

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

From
2005
Functions
Medical Research
Website
http://www.csiro.au/csiro/channel/pch4g,,.html

Summary

CSIRO Molecular and Health Technologies was created in 2005 from the merging of CSIRO Health Sciences and Nutrition (excluding the Adelaide campus) and CSIRO Molecular Science. It is located over four sites: Parkville and Clayton in Victoria, North Ryde in New South Wales and in Adelaide, South Australia. This new Division aims to transform industries and improve health and wellbeing by delivering creative molecular technologies.

Timeline

 1940 - 1958 CSIRO Division of Industrial Chemistry
       1940 - 1958 CSIRO Division of Industrial Chemistry
       1958 - 1961 CSIRO Organic Chemistry Section
             1928 - 1971 CSIRO Division of Forest Products (mark I)
             1936 - 1944 CSIR Animal Nutrition Laboratory
             1949 - 1958 CSIR Biochemistry Unit
             1958 - 1966 CSIRO Division of Physical Chemistry
             1961 - 1966 CSIRO Division of Organic Chemistry
             1975 - 1983 CSIRO Molecular and Cellular Biology Unit
                   1944 - 1965 CSIRO Division of Biochemistry and General Nutrition
                   1958 - 1988 CSIRO Division of Protein Chemistry
                   1966 - 1974 CSIRO Division of Applied Chemistry
                   1983 - 1988 CSIRO Division of Chemical and Wood Technology
                   1983 - 1987 CSIRO Division of Molecular Biology
                         1965 - 1975 CSIRO Division of Nutritional Biochemistry
                         1974 - 1988 CSIRO Division of Applied Organic Chemistry
                         1988 - 1989 CSIRO Division of Biotechnology
                               1975 - c. 1996 CSIRO Division of Human Nutrition
                               1988 - 1997 CSIRO Division of Chemicals and Polymers
                               1989 - 1997 CSIRO Division of Biomolecular Engineering
                                     c. 1996 - 2005 CSIRO Division of Health Sciences and Nutrition
                                     1997 - 2005 CSIRO Division of Molecular Science
                                           2005 - CSIRO Molecular and Health Technologies

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