Nanotechnology is the ability to manipulate individual atoms, molecules and groups of molecules to form new chemical or particle structures needed for the development of new medicines, materials or technologies.
You'll combine theory and practice to explore how nanotechnology underpins new innovations in modern medicine, technology and renewable energy.
Develop a comprehensive understanding of organic and inorganic chemistry alongside aspects of microbiology, biochemistry and pharmacology.
Gain hands-on experience in gene editing, recombinant DNA technology, bioinformatics and genomics in our world-class laboratories, research and computer facilities.
Choose to combine your studies with a minor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship to develop your business knowledge and entrepreneurial skills.
This major is accredited by the Royal Australian Chemical Institute, ensuring you gain a rigorous understanding of chemistry.
Growing industrial demand for nanotechnology expertise is creating exciting new jobs in a number of industries. You'll be equipped for a wide range of opportunities in biotechnology, materials science, engineering, technology, renewable energy or pharmaceutical industries.
Alternatively, choose to kickstart your career in research by progressing on to an honours or master's degree.