The Faculty of Science delivers distinctive programs in information technology, mathematics and science to meet industry demands for data-driven and technological solutions.
Strong connections and long-standing partnerships with governments industry enable us to address complex challenges through learning, teaching, research, and innovation.
We facilitate learning that is delivered on campus, online and in the real world through relevant and practical learning experiences.
School of Biology and Environmental Science
Our students are learning, discovering and building new knowledge in the living world around us.
School of Chemistry and Physics
Our teaching and research emphasises exciting advances in the chemical and physical sciences, creating real-world change.
School of Computer Science
We're developing research and teaching curriculum to respond to an increasingly technology- and data-driven world.
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Our courses and research explore growth and change in our climate, resources, environments and energy.
School of Information Systems
Our teaching, research and industry services are designed to meet the needs of today's interconnected world.
Partner with us
Forming a research partnership with us will provide many benefits to your organisation.
Our expertise in finding solutions to complex problems means that we deliver real-world results for our partners in industry and government.
You can partner with us and secure significant real-world advantages for your organisation.
Don’t just study science here – experience it
Experience our science labs, facilities and student life, all from your own computer. Our 360° science experience gives you a taste of what it's like to learn, work and play at QUT.
News and events
A super-resolution electron microscope that allows Australian scientists to observe and manipulate individual atoms is now operational at QUT.
QUT’s Future You STEM Summit for high-achieving teenagers is hitting the road for its very first visit to Cairns, Bundaberg, Mackay and Toowoomba.
This beautiful microscopic image of a coral polyp the size of a pinhead has won QUT’s 2021 Research in Focus competition.