Building great partnerships is key to our impact. We engage with industry, government, alumni and the wider community.
The School of Biotechnology & Biomolecular Sciences (BABS) at UNSW is among the largest and most prestigious schools of scientific research and teaching in Australia. We have distinguished academic staff who are recognised leaders in their research fields. Our students and partners benefit from exposure to the most recent scientific developments, providing unique opportunities to become part of an innovative research team.
The 21st century poses many challenges and biotechnology will provide some of the answers. The impact of biotechnology and biomolecular techniques will drive sustainability and medical advancements to improve our quality of life.
Our engagement with industry and government develops the skills and networks necessary to translate and commercialise biotechnology and life science research for staff and students.
Our partners have access to biotechnology and biomolecular science expertise and resources, world class researchers, state-of-the-art research infrastructure and excellent prospective employees. Explore our partnership options for your business.
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