Deakin University offers Research in Biochemistry,Applied Chemistry.


Rank: 301-350

Deakin University

The Deakin University was established in 1974. Deakin is Australia's 9th largest university with over 42,000 students, of whom approximately a fifth are international students from over 100 countries. Deakin has over 42,000 students. Deakin has achieved considerable success in ARC and NHMRC grants and the Australian government's Excellence in Research (ERA) initiative has assessed much of Deakin's research as being either world-class or above world standards.The Chemistry and Forensic Sciences research group is based at the Geelong campus at Waurn Ponds.There is a strong link between Chemistry and Forensic Sciences research and innovations and research in Chemical Education.Deakin Research will achieve its vision through the provision of professional support services, value adding research development,promotional support and advice to the Deakin research community, and ensuring effective administration of regulatory requirements.


Chemistry & Forensic Sciences, Deakin University, Waurn Ponds Campus at Geelong, Victoria, Australia, 3220.
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