It’s a uniquely challenging time for humanity and our planet.
At a time when the world is seeking answers, we are seeking new perspectives and fresh insights through research that propels knowledge, action and impact.
In an industry of new ideas, we’re not bound by doing things the way they’ve always been done. We’re a young university at the epicentre of progress.
We’re focused on becoming Australia’s most relevant university. This means our research explores the timeliest topics of our era, those with the most significance for the future. Topics such as global warming and plastic pollution, brain science studies focused on mental health, making our roads safer and Indigenous and social justice policies.
Our research impacts are being felt on both a regional and global scale through outcomes that make a tangible difference, transforming communities and lives.
Happy as a clam: the UniSC research stopping stress in oysters, that could end up in human hospitals
Researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast may have found a new way to treat heart health and immune function in humans, from a very unusual source.
Global interest in koala vaccine leads to funding
Global interest in a vaccine that can treat chlamydia in koalas has resulted in funding that will help University of the Sunshine Coast scientists with the next phase of development.
UniSC first in Qld, earns top-5 global spot in impact ranking
The University of the Sunshine Coast has topped Queensland in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings, and in one category secured a top-5 global position.
Health, medicine and wellbeing
Finding new ways to improve human health, improve quality of life and breaking new ground in the treatment and prevention of disease.
Agriculture, aquaculture and forestry
Improving the sustainability of our natural environments and better managing our aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
Ecology and environment
Conserving and preserving eco-systems and addressing pressing issues such as climate change, endangered species preservation and habitat destruction.
Human behaviour, work and society
Understanding individual behaviour, organisations and systems to support effective and connected change.
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