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We have five major research areas covering a diverse range of research interests. Browse the links below for more information.
Materials science addresses the development of new substances to help solve problems in areas such as sustainable living, the environment, energy and health.
Advances in chemical science underpin all aspects of modern medicine, from treatment to sanitation, diagnosis, detection and the mechanisms of disease.
Green chemical science uses chemical principles to advance society in ways that are benign to the environment and sustainable for the future.
Our research covers the properties of foods and beverages, the effects of agricultural and production practices, and food safety.
Fundamental research in our school spans all areas of chemistry to advance knowledge and better understand the universe.
Research highlights from the year including news, events and statistics from the School of Chemical Sciences.
We collaborate with several University-led and nationally operated research centres.
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Discover some of the exciting research happening in the School of Chemical Sciences
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