The University of Southern Queensland is recognised for its research in agriculture and climate science applications, regional development, and digital literacy and education.
Our three Institutes focus the university’s strengths through multi-disciplinary research programs to tackle national and global challenges affecting agriculture, natural resource management, and people living and doing business in regional areas.
We also have emerging research strengths in the fields of health and biomedicine, engineering and material sciences, astrophysics, comparative law, computational mathematics, environmental and health economics, management and IT systems, creative arts and humanities, and indigenous people and cultures.
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