UNSW Science research centres support the generation of new ideas and advance science through their work in areas including clean water, renewable energy, human health and a sustainable environment. Our research centres help tackle the most pressing challenges facing our world today.
ACA is an interdisciplinary organisation seeking to understand the origin of life on Earth. ACA aims to set an Australian life-seeking instrument on the surface of Mars. Associated with NASA and ESA.
The Australian Centre for NanoMedicine brings together the disciplines of medicine, science and engineering to deliver therapeutic solutions to research problems in medicine.
FLEET is developing a new generation of ultra-low energy electronics, to address the energy consumption used in the information technology industries.
The Centre for Ecosystem Science research focuses on the key uncertainties, risks and threats that face biodiversity in rivers and wetlands. We provide rigorous advice to government and communicate our research broadly in the community.
The CMSI focuses on researching fundamental knowledge on the functions, processes, interactions and changes in the marine environment and innovative solutions for management, conservation and economic developments.
CQC²T is an international research effort to develop a global quantum information network, ultra-fast quantum computation, secure quantum communication and distributed quantum information processing.
SMaRT develops innovative environmental solutions for the world’s biggest waste challenges through strong relationships with industry and research partners from the metallurgical, materials, building, construction and mining sectors.
CLEX - funded by the Australian Research Council - is a major initiative to improve understanding of processes that trigger or enhance extremes. Improved predictions will enable Australia to better cope with these events.
MASCOS’ vision is to be a leading centre for statistical and mathematical design, optimisation and analysis of complex systems and to apply this research for social, economic, scientific and environmental benefit.
The CRE in Brain Recovery is the first centre worldwide to take a multidisciplinary, multisite approach to addressing the psychosocial rehabilitation of individuals following Traumatic Brain Injury.
The Centre for Research Excellence in Cognitive Health researches to optimise cognitive health and prevent cognitive decline.
CCRC is one of the largest university research centres of its kind in Australia. CCRC houses research expertise in the key areas of Earth's climate: atmospheric, oceanic and terrestrial processes.
CWI is a multidisciplinary groundwater research centre of international and national standing, which continually advances knowledge and management of groundwater resources.
UNSW ESSRC is a multi-disciplinary research group comprising one of the largest university research centres of its kind in Australia. It houses research expertise in many key areas of the 'palaeosciences' and related Earth and Environmental sciences.
The E&ERC was established in 2007 to provide a cohesive environment for UNSW’S evolution and ecology research and training. The centre draws on the diverse strengths of over 50 academic staff and independent research fellows.
The Ramaciotti Centre for Genomics is a not-for-profit provider of genomic services, using state-of-the-art, technologies to deliver data of the highest quality to our end users.
SIMS is a collaborative marine research institute that brings together scientists from universities across the greater Sydney region, government and museums. SIMS is the principal marine research institute on the South-East Australian coast.
The SBI mission is to bring together expertise in proteomics, genomics and bioinformatics to do cutting-edge research in molecular systems biology. We provide collaborative bioinformatics expertise and services.