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Research activity

The School of Science conducts applied research covering a wide range of disciplines including computer and security science, natural sciences, and mathematics.

The School has strong links with the Information Technology industry, and is home to the Centre for Ecosystem Management and Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research, which are amongst the University's most productive research centres.

Highly qualified and dedicated academic and technical support staff plus state-of-the-art technology create a rewarding experience for research students.

Research support

The School of Science is committed to providing a high level of service to staff and students undertaking research activities through the functions of the School.

News & events

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Going with the flow

Kimberley reef movements of animals and plants provide insight into Marine Protected Area (MPA) design

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SCADA: The Cyber “InSecurity”

Presentation: 2 November 2016, 4:00pm at JO21.202, by Mr Paresh Kerai

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Bluetooth - A global perspective and a new way of device tracking

Presentation: 26 October 2016, 3:00pm at JO21.202, by Mr Maxim Chernyshev

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