The University of Canberra has a dynamic, innovative and collaborative research culture with a focus on applied research in areas aligned with the needs of our local community as well as national and international research priorities. Our research is carried out in partnership with national and international organisations in the academic, government and private sectors. Read more...
The University of Canberra leads the Murray-Darling Basin Futures Collaborative Research Network. This multi-disciplinary, multi-million research project will bring together the University's expertise in environmental science, public policy, social and economic modeling, health and urban and regional planning to protect the Murray-Darling Basin and its communities with the support of other partner institutions.
Research for the Future
If you want to read about some of our most interesting research stories, click on the image (left) of our latest research publication. Once open, click on either top or bottom right corner to turn the pages.
A broader incorporation of the human body into transport design and planning could save millions of people who die on the world's roads every year, writes UC researcher Cameron Gordon. Read more...
Dr Reena Ghildyal has received a science fellowship to undertake collaborative research with a presitgious Indian institution. Read more...
UC Research Centres
Our areas of research strength are supported within three University Research Centres: ANZSOG Institute of Governance (ANZSIG), the Institute for Applied Ecology (IAE) and the National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling (NATSEM).
The University of Canberra is committed to innovative, collaborative and team-based research with a respectful, generous and inclusive leadership.
External collaboration and engagement with academic, government, industry and community partners is highly valued and supported.
These are examples of some of our major external collaborations in research activity:
Find an Expert
University of Canberra academics are experts in a range of fields of applied research. If you would like to contact our researchers please visit our Expert Guide. Read more ...
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