- The Botany Foundation
Established in 1994, supports excellence in education and research in botany addressing issues relating to the use of plants, the environment, food security and nutrition.
- The University of Melbourne Herbarium
Established in 1926 and, with an estimated 150,000 specimens, including those collected by Banks and Solander, as well as historic botanical objects and artwork.
- Tiegs Museum
A collection of zoological specimens dating from the late 19th century, the museum holds a working set of all types of animals, both vertebrate and invertebrate.
- Native Australian Animals Trust
Supporting excellence in research, teaching and engagement activities related to Australia’s animals and their environments.
The School of BioSciences offers an exciting and stimulating research environment to conduct research and study. Programs cover the broad spectrum of basic, strategic and applied research. Active collaborations are established within Australia and overseas. These include partnerships with the State and Federal government agencies, and industry.
We encourage you to get in touch so we can discuss with you, in complete confidentiality, how your gift can have the greatest impact; and to explore strategic, tax efficient ways to provide gifts to Science. To discuss opportunities to support the School of BioSciences, please contact Associate Professor Tim Dempster +61 3 9035 3454 or firstname.lastname@example.org