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inSCight is the faculty's annual magazine for alumni and friends. This edition is themed around energy and transport.
Watch our inaugural lectures held by academic staff who have been newly appointed as professors.
The latest news, stories, and opinion pieces from our faculty and community.
We host many community showcases and public lectures throughout the year.
Research study participants needed
Today's research studies are tomorrow's news headlines. Take a look at some of the studies in the Faculty of Science currently seeking participants.
Graduate teaching assistants - expressions of interest invited
The Faculty of Science invites expressions of interest from postgraduate students for Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) and Teaching Assistant (TA) positions. Apply now.
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