Virtual tours

Take a virtual tour of a selection of facilities, laboratories and student spaces to get a 360-degree view of the instruments and equipment that support our research and teaching activities.

These self-directed virtual tours showcase just a selection of what's available to our staff, students and collaborators across our research themes.

Our Chemistry Building (Building 68) houses a comprehensive range of scientific instrument installations for researchers, students and, in many cases, the wider University and public communities. Start the tour

Virtual tours - Chemistry Bldg list

Chemistry Podium
A casual space for undergraduates to study privately or in groups, relax and socialise. Also used for functions and information sessions
First-Year Chemistry Teaching Laboratory
Provides for bench experimentation (wet lab) and computer-assisted classroom learning (dry lab)
Advanced Teaching Laboratory​
Cross-disciplinary lab for undergraduate research, postgraduate practical classes and our CSI UQ Forensics course
Later-Year Chemistry Teaching Laboratory
Houses advanced instrumentation and equipment, with dry and wet areas
COPE Clean Room​
Houses a range of synthetic, purification, analytical and device fabrication instrumentation and equipment
Glassblowing Workshop
Offers fabrication and repair of a wide range of specialised and standard scientific glassware
Organic Chemistry Research Laboratory
Used for biological and synthetic chemistry research such as drug development and delivery and natural products chemistry
Laser Laboratory​
Used for materials chemistry research, particularly in the area of the lanthanide series of metal ions

Our Molecular Biosciences Building (Building 76) houses laboratories for research and analysis across ecogenetics, molecular genetics and gene silencing, and microbiology. Start the tour

Virtual tours - MBS Bldg list

Australian Centre for Ecogenomics
A focal point for sequence-based analysis of microbial communities through applied (climate change and infectious diseases) and fundamental research
Molecular Genetics of Gene Expression & Development Lab
Studies mechanisms of gene silencing in eukaryotes using Arabidopsis (a member of the cabbage family) as a model species
Microbiology Group A Strep Lab
Focuses on the mechanism by which the Group A Streptococcus causes invasive disease and on the development of vaccines towards this group