Creating a brighter future, together.

UNSW is proud to offer an ever-expanding portfolio of expertise and capabilities through which we aim to deliver life-changing research and translate discoveries into social, economic, and environmental impact in partnership with industry, government, and our wider community.

Our research partners and investors benefit from access to cutting edge facilities and our long history of successful collaboration, delivering results through applied research, and developing meaningful solutions to global issues.

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UNSW is a global leader in research and collaborates with governments, industry, and not-for-profits around the world. Explore some of our available research and technology here or contact us directly to find out how we can help. 

Our bioengineering expertise span connected healthcare, bionics, bioengineered materials and technologies, biomolecular innovation, medical imaging analytics and beyond. Work with us towards addressing today’s healthcare challenges, drive innovative clinical practices, treatments and devices. Let us help you solve your research and development challenges. Join us to collaborate across sectors and achieve a healthier future for all.

We are proud to support Australia’s security and defence industry. Working together with the Australian Defence Force over the last 50 years has enabled us to establish excellence in defence research and technology. Our capabilities highlight advances made alongside government, industry and global policy makers, creating a hub of defence-related knowledge within fields such as autonomous systems, communications, quantum, cyber, hypersonics, sensors, signal processing and space.

As one of the world’s leading research and technology hubs for clean energy innovation, our portfolio of capabilities boasts world-class credentials and the potential for real impact in the transition to a clean energy future. Our academics can provide expertise and insight into opportunities across transformational areas including clean fuels, renewables, grid decarbonisation, transport electrification, energy storage and policy. 

At UNSW we seek to build trust through collaboration across sectors and geographical borders, driving social progress through advancing knowledge and understanding. From law and regulation to social policy and justice, ethics and corporate responsibility, data science and security our capabilities highlight just some of the areas in which we can collaborate. Explore our expertise across areas as diverse as data justice, cryptocurrencies, future cities and disability innovation.

Our interdisciplinary research plays a vital social role in assisting our current and prospective government and business partners in developing services, policies and products that will support and optimise the ageing process for both individuals and communities.  

Cross-sector collaboration is vital if we are to effectively address the challenges and opportunities presented by an ageing population throughout all stages of life in an inclusive, economic, creative and innovative way. 

Agricultural innovation is key to improving practices, driving productivity and increasing profitability. We have agritech experts exploring sustainable solutions across production, processing, transportation and consumption of food and materials. Our academics can work with you to solve challenges and to develop or optimise tools, techniques or processes. Explore just some of our capabilities here or talk to us to find out more. 

With climate change being one of the largest ongoing threats to society it’s vital we come together to initiate action. Through application of our research together with industry, government and our community we are working towards ecological and environmental conservation, management and restoration so that we can lessen the impact of climate change on future generations. Our expertise are wide ranging but include conservation biology and marine science, pollution control and mitigation, climate change mitigation and adaptation, resource reuse and recycling to name but a few.