About Science and Technology
The Faculty of Science and Technology encompasses teaching and research in environmental science, conservation biology, forensic and analytical science and biomedical sciences together with data science, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, robotics, cloud computing and cybersecurity. We provide the perfect balance between practice and theory, whether it is sampling within ecosystems, analysing crime scenes or building robots, students will get a hands-on experience within the Faculty of Science and Technology.
Our globally focused research strengths are nurtured in cross disciplinary research hubs including the Institute for Applied Ecology (IAE), Human Centred Technology Research Centre (HCTRC), the Centre for Research in Therapeutic Solutions (CRESTS), the Melanie Swan Translational Research Centre (MSMTRC) and the National Centre for Forensic Studies (NCFS).
The Faculty of Science and Technology has a commitment to experiential teaching to ensure “work ready, world ready, future ready” graduates and has a mature, internationally-recognised and thriving research and teaching environment that collaborates with government, business, industry and the Canberra community.