We’re pioneering innovations in research by securing funding for world-leading academics to carry out ground-breaking work in state-of-the-art facilities.
World-leading academics, with a strong track record in securing funding, push the boundaries of knowledge to tackle bushfire research and some of the most complex challenges of the 21st century.
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Fifteen academics, research associates and PhD researchers across the Canberra and Kensington campuses are on a mission to improve our understanding of bushfire management by conducting fundamental research and developing models that integrate fire safety and risk management.
Driven by world-leading academics pushing the boundaries of knowledge in sustainability, climate change and renewable energy, UNSW Canberra School of Science researchers strive to find solutions to global challenges.
If you’re driven to break down heatwave modelling and the tracking of extreme climate events or to develop low-cost, low-energy water purification processes for remote and developing communities, take a look at how our scientists are creating innovative solutions to these and other pressing issues currently facing our planet.
Join us in using mathematical methods to explore the impact of bushfires and find practical solutions to modern-day challenges such as tracking the survival of penguins.
This is where physical laws of microphysical processes are applied to explaining astronomical events and determining the lifecycle of stars, planets and galaxies within the universe as we look at how it has changed over time.
This research investigates ways to promote healthy, sustainable adjustments to a range of pressing social issues by using our understanding of decision-making, habits, motivation and other human behavioural aspects.
We develop strategies that will protect coastal systems for future generations, based on analysis of coastal changes caused by human activity and climate change.
Explore with us as we advance technology and improve sustainability by examining the fundamental physical properties and behaviours of natural and synthetic materials.
This research sits at the intersection of science and culture as we apply social scientific thinking to the challenges posed by changes to our way on the path to resolving social conflicts and environmental crises.
Drawing from natural and social sciences, our researchers seek to deepen their understanding of the environmental challenges currently facing our race and our planet.
Research encompassing areas such as the development of new drug delivery methods and the fundamental properties of metals play a vital part in examining how we'll develop the materials and technologies of the future.
An exploration of elementary and analytic number theory with a focus on the distribution of prime numbers and the properties of the Riemann zeta-function.
The development of novel approaches to understanding the structure, movement and reactions of molecular systems in the absence of experiments.
As the world’s population continues to increase and the effects of climate change become more severe, we’re playing a key role in developing cost-effective desalination and water treatment technologies to address the water shortage challenges facing our planet.
Channel your passion for chemistry, sub-atomic physics, oceanography, ecological conservation, and using data and mathematics to analyse real-world problems, with study options that will also advance your career.
With a UNSW degree, you can participate in effecting positive change within your community, and across the globe.