研究 at Macquarie is about more than citations and academic papers. 我们引以为豪的探索历史, our pioneering researchers work across disciplines to address some of the big challenges facing the world today.

We have a tremendous depth of research and disciplinary expertise that underpin much of our discovery. 我们的研究 and innovation agenda has been carefully selected to achieve maximum impact across our research priorities.

Explore our case studies that highlight the impact our research has on culture, 业务, 政策, 环境与健康.



  • 精准癌症治疗实验室

    Tumour biopsies are difficult and invasive, with the analysis confounded by tumoural heterogeneity. 研究ers at Macquarie have led the analysis of circulating tumour DNA (ctDNA), which can assess prognosis and the genetic evolution of tumours in a non-evasive way.

  • 让医疗服务更好、更安全

    Professor Wendy Rogers is on a mission to make surgery safer for patients around the world. Her team developed the Macquarie Surgery Innovation Identification Tool (MSIIT) – a checklist that identifies how much a surgical intervention differs from usual practice.

  • 认知科学

    Professor Anne Castles is also deputy director of the Australian 研究 Council Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders. The Macquarie-based centre runs a reading clinic to investigate the cognitive processes involved in reading and learning in children.


  • 震惊的房间

    在大屠杀之后, Stanley Milgram wanted to understand how we respond when asked to do something that conflicts with our conscience. His research concluded that most of us will harm others if asked to do so. 凯瑟琳·米勒教授的研究旨在重新解释米尔格拉姆的理论 服从权威 透过电影棱镜的实验.

  • 创造历史

    Dr Tanya Evans is a senior lecturer at Macquarie and a public historian who examines the history of family, 母性与性. She is passionate about the democratisation of historical knowledge and incorporating ordinary people and places in her research.

  • 扩散力

    The hysteria surrounding the arrival of boats carrying asylum seekers is a familiar phenomenon in Australia and around the world. Daniel Ghezelbash博士, 麦考瑞法学院的讲师, is focusing his research on comparative refugee and immigration law, with a focus on the diffusion of restrictive asylum seeker policies across jurisdictions.


  • 为所有人争取更好的经济结果

    Stefan Trueck教授, 他是金融风险中心的联席主任, 希望保持澳大利亚公用事业价格合理. He creates statistical or econometrical models to forecast the price behaviour of electricity.

  • 自由的代价

    蒂姆Kyng, 麦格理的精算师和高级讲师, 开发了退休计算器吗, 这是澳大利亚的首例. The calculator helps consumers to compare the costs of different retirement villages.

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    How to keep everyone connected and ensure the absolute reliability of medical, 电源和其他关键任务应用程序正在成为一个问题. Macquarie researchers have developed tools to assess and manage load, including using picocells.


  • 深海海底采矿

    开采海底深处的矿物, 比如铜, 锰和稀土矿物, 是一个新兴产业. Dr Aline Jaeckel’s work looks at the balance between mineral mining and the protection of the marine environment in the regulatory framework of the International Seabed Authority.

  • 气候适应决策工具

    The changing climate is likely to result in more frequent extreme weather events, requiring preventative and preparatory action from all levels of government. This research project developed a pilot tool that enables end users to analyse and prepare for extreme weather events.

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    20世纪90年代以来, Macquarie researchers have developed a new understanding of plant ecology and have become world leaders in plant ecology via species traits. Ecologists are now able to better understand and predict the impact of a changing world on ecosystems.


  • 鲨鱼的愿景

    Professor Nathan Hart, his students and collaborators are studying the sensory world of sharks. 使用一系列的生理, 遗传学和行为学方法, they have a clearer understanding of how to deter sharks from interacting too closely with humans.

  • 木乃伊之谜

    Dr Ronika Power’s research combines scientific analysis of the human body with other forms of historical and archaeological evidence to gain insights into the life of past populations, thus helping to expand our understanding of the human condition across time.

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    The Macquarie University 研究 Centre in Quantum Science and Technology (QSciTech) is building quantum sensors consisting of tiny diamond crystals that are only tens of nanometres in diameter. When injected into living cells, these sensors can relay useful diagnostic information 通过光信号.

内容所有者: DVC -研究 最后更新:2019年10月17日下午3:52

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