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The UTS: Science Super Lab is the first of its kind in Australia. Featuring modern equipment and technology it can accommodate up to 220 students from 12 different classes, with experiments from different disciplines running at once. This short video provides a detailed look into a day in the life of the Super Lab.

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Forensic students at UTS Science have access to a unique Crime Scene Simulation Lab. Set up like a city apartment, the lab provides students with practical experience in crime scene investigations.

Inside the Crime Scene Simulation Lab

Forensic students at UTS Science have access to a unique Crime Scene Simulation Lab. Set up like a city apartment, the lab provides students with practical experience in crime scene investigations.

 

The curvy, colourful facade of the new Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building overlooking Alumni Green

Inside UTS’s new Faculty of Science and Graduate School of Health Building

Take a tour of the building's stunning interiors and hear about its impact on the future of learning and research in this video.

A computer generated model of a designer moleculeDesigner molecule

Dr Andrew McDonagh’s research focuses on using molecules to construct structures on surfaces that can be probe with the goal to isolate the molecule for its electronic properties.

Seagrass underwater in a coastal areaSeagrass: greenhouse gas fighter

Dr Peter Macreadie's research focuses on seagrass, one of the most powerful natural systems for removing greenhouse gases.

A tsunami waveTsunami warning systems

Marianne Menictas’ research project was to maximise the warning potential in the Mediterranean coastal regions.

A traffic light powered by green energyGreen energy

Professor Matthew Phillip's research goes one step further, exploring the possibilities of zinc oxide, a material with better properties than its energy saving predecessor.

An energy sensor installed on top of a buildingCooling our environment

Professor Geoff Smith is studying thermal comfort in buildings with the aim to cool our environment naturally through energy redistribution.