The University of Canberra has a collaborative and dynamic research culture, with a focus on high quality and high impact projects for real world applications. The University prides itself on the applied nature of its research and strongly engages with its end user.
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Our research focuses on five major areas: Governance, Environment, Communication, Health and Education. These focus areas strive to be globally competitive by virtue of excellence of the researchers involved and the facilities provided. The University of Canberra is committed to conduct outstanding research, relevant in three main areas of impact.
UC research helping young Canberra mothers
Research by a UC academic has played a role in a new $14.5m facility for young mothers in the ACT
Clicktivism, the new politicalism – or maybe not
A University of Canberra PhD student is looking at whether people have stopped engaging in politics or whether political participation has simply changed
Helping avoid holiday horror
A UC research project is looking at the role pharmacists can play in preparing travellers with health advice before they leave home
UC scientists on brink of biomedical breakthough
University of Canberra biomedical researcher Sudha Rao aims to stop the spread of recurring breast cancer and strengthen our immune system through two projects.
UC coastal planners recognised at ACT awards
A University of Canberra-led research collaboration was recognised for its innovative approach to local climate change at the ACT planning excellence awards.
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