Systems Biology Institute (SBI) Australia is also headquartered at ARMI, the first international node of the SBI in Japan. The node connects Japanese and Australian research and industry partners, and facilitates the sharing of scientific technology, resources and expertise, read more about our partnership with SBI Australia.
When Australia became an Associate Member of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, ARMI was integral to the establishment of the EMBL Australia Partner Laboratory and related EMBL programs in Australia. ARMI continues to maintain links with the EMBL, Europe’s foremost life sciences research laboratory and continues to host the majority of EMBL Australia Partner Laboratory Research Groups.
ARMI has a cooperative agreement with internationally recognised US research centre, the Jackson Laboratory, an independent non-profit biomedical research institution. The agreement creates opportunities for exchange of faculty, postgraduate students and research staff; establish programs in areas of teaching, research or university administration and identify other areas of possible interest and collaboration.
The Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratories (MDIBL) and ARMI have also finalised an MOU that outlines the intent of the MDI Biological Laboratory and ARMI to collaborate in scientific, education and public and political relations activities that are mutually beneficial and serve to advance both organisations.