Research teams are researchers with common interest in a particular area. Our researchers are recognised leaders and collaborate with industry and other institutes.
A UTS research strength that delivers innovative solutions in the climate change space to progress Australia’s bioeconomy.
Download Climate Change Cluster brochure (PDF, 483kB)
A UTS research strength that addresses key challenges in the understanding and control of infectious diseases in humans and animals.
Download the ithree Institute brochure (PDF, 276kb)
Brings together researchers and industry that share a vision in crime reduction and solutions, and national security.
Download Centre for Forensic Science brochure (PDF, 768kB)
Brings together researchers and industry across interdisciplinary areas to develop new technologies in medical devices and systems.
Delivers efficient devices and solutions for energy harvesting, storage, and conversion.
Transforms materials and photonics into revolutionary biomedical technologies and solutions.
Bringing change to the lives of people with brain and spinal cord disorders.
Improves the welfare of wild animals using a compassionate conservation approach through education, research and advisory.
Download Centre for Compassionate Conservation brochure (PDF, 765kB).
A mental health treatment and research unit specialising in evidence based treatments for children, teenagers, young adults and their families.
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.
Centres of Excellence
Centres of Excellence where UTS Science academics contributes substantially.
- ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical & Statistical Frontiers (ACEMS)
- ARC Centre of Excellence for Ultrahigh-bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS)
These are interdisciplinary teams where UTS Science academics lead projects that span multiple UTS faculties and involve external research, government and industry partners.