Research teams are researchers with common interest in a particular area. Most of our researchers are recognised leaders and collaborate with industry and other institutes.
The Climate Change Cluster brings together an extensive body of research undertaken by UTS scientists over more than a decade to form a high impact internationally competitive research program in climate change.
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The Centre for Forensic Science gathers academics and associate industry partners who share the vision that crime reduction, crime solving and national security in general are important for society.
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The Materials and Technology for Energy Efficiency research strengthconducts multidisciplinary research in materials physics at the nanoscale. Through careful engineering and design the centre aims to develop future generation energy efficient devices and materials for sensing, lighting and bio-imaging applications.
The Institute for Nanoscale Technology focuses on 'nanotechnology', including nanomaterials, nanodevices, nanomedicine, nano-scale electromagnetic phenomena, nanochemistry and the interaction of light with condensed matter at the nanoscale.
Centre for Statistical Informatics
For more information contact Louise Ryan.
Advanced Molecules and Materials
For more information contact Mike Cortie.
The Chronic Disease Solutions Team undertakes innovative and novel research to provide real solutions for the detection, prevention, cure and management of chronic conditions such as diabetes, cancer and cognitive and neurodegenerative diseases.
Mathematics and Statistics
Scimerit conducts research in teaching and learning, and develop contexts for learning that enable people to be agile, independent and committed learners.
The Chinese Medicine Research Team undertakes a wide scope of research activities relating to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) including experimental work into diabetes and metabolic syndrome, the physiological effects of LASER and acupuncture, TCM health informatics and TCM theory.
Download Centre for Compassionate Conservation research brochure (PDF, 765kB).
Centres of Excellence
Centres of Excellence where UTS Science academics contributes substantially.