Combines the study of microalgal and organic matter systems with the latest Engineering technology to provide sustainable solutions for the water and biotechnology industry.
Works closely with industry partners to strengthen Australia’s research in sustainable food science and technology.
The Australian Research Council (ARC) Training Centre for the Global Hydrogen Economy (GlobH2E) is an international consortium of research institutions, industry partners, government agencies and hydrogen start-ups.
Focuses on the synthesis and chemical modification of functional polymers and carbon nanomaterials for the energy and biomaterials sector.
A hub for nanomedicine research to deliver therapeutic solutions to the prevention, diagnosis and curing of diseases.
Is dedicated to the synthesis and application of polymers and polymeric nano-objects using a wide range of modern polymerisation techniques.
Research that focuses on creating novel materials and technologies to improve the efficiencies of the electronic and optical based systems of the future.
HERC offers a variety of research, development, deployment and consultation services to help industry achieve exceptional results. Our world-first industry-led hydrogen research centre delivers a competitive edge to our partners in this sector, which gains ever-increasing international importance.
A leading energy research group focusing on the use of hydrogen as a clean energy alternative.
A leading research group specialising in the fundamental synthesis, functionalisation, characterisation and application of novel particle and catalyst system. Their research is applied to areas such as environmental remediation, clean energy production and healthcare.
Develops innovative solutions to process system engineering with a focus on control theory development and process control applications.
The Centre brings together a wealth of knowledge of academic expertise to understand the increasing role of membranes in the global issues such water, energy and climate change.