Our research is
chiefly collaborative and interdisciplinary across the arts and humanities,
sciences and social sciences. Our experts work closely with private, public and
third party partners to undertake world-leading and internationally excellent
research and innovation. Our five principal
areas of research strength are:
Our research and innovation activities are delivering significant cultural, social and economic benefits to communities regionally, nationally and internationally.
This is reflected in our Institutes, Research Centres, Signature Research Themes, Academic Divisions and Graduate and Researcher College. Our students also benefit from a research-informed education and a wide range of opportunities to get involved in research.
Support for outstanding research & innovation across the arts, humanities, sciences & social sciences
Working at the heart of research and knowledge exchange activities, they facilitate academic and industrial collaborations, funding support, bid and contract negotiation, knowledge exchange activities and commercialisation of Intellectual Property.
Expert support for researchers at all career stages, across the research lifecycle, with data & dissemination planning, academic profiles, publishing opportunities & guidance, project technical support, copyright, licencing, and responsible metrics.