Faculty of Science and Technology

The Faculty offers world-class academic programs in Environmental, Medical, and Forensic Science, Information Technology, Information Systems, Engineering, and Mathematics in a hands-on learning environment.
Dynamic teaching combined with strong industry partnerships provide our students with a multi-disciplinary, work-integrated experience like no other.
Our research team collaborates closely with other institutes and industry to generate impactful scientific and technology driven solutions to real world problems.

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    1. Roland Goecke

      UC research will teach computers to better understand human moods

      A project, led by the University of Canberra, will look at teaching computers to better understand the complexity of human emotions.

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    2. A team of engineers from UC install a soil moisture monitoring system at the Arboretum

      UC’s Smart IoT platform provides a glimpse into the future of better water management

       A University of Canberra research project in Internet of Things (IoT) technology has dramatically altered the National Arboretum’s approach to forest care.

      More on UC’s Smart IoT platform provides a glimpse into the future of better water management
    3. Rod

      Eventful PhD journey draws to a close

      University of Canberra PhD graduate Rodney Ubrihien is celebrating the end of his university journey after juggling fatherhood with his study commitments

      More on Eventful PhD journey draws to a close
    4. Dr Tariq Ezaz and Julie Strand are working on a project to develop cell lines for biobanking.

      New UC project could provide major boost for species conservation

      A research project at the University of Canberra’s Institute for Applied Ecology is focusing on the development of cell lines for biobanking.

      More on New UC project could provide major boost for species conservation

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