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We develop research-led approaches to addressing important health and biological challenges, using materials science, optical physics, applied mathematics and engineering approaches.
Our research encompasses human-computer interfaces, biomaterials, biocorrosion and much more.
We offer research and coursework degrees in many facets of bioengineering.
We collaborate with a wide range of universities, colleges, institutes, industries and government entities.
We use a wide range of Swinburne University of Technology facilities.
Meet our team of bioengineering researchers.
Browse our peer-reviewed research publications.
We'd love to talk to you about our research group.