Researching human behaviour, technology and the natural world
Research at the University
Our cross-disciplinary research tackles global challenges in issues such as food security, behaviour and evolution, digital economies and biodiversity.
We’re internationally renowned for our natural science research that explores the complex interrelationships between human behaviours, technologies, and biological, environmental and aquatic systems.
We influence government policy and tackle real problems affecting industry and society. Our students benefit from our research which updates our teaching in key areas such as Sustainable Aquaculture, Health, Breeding and Genetics, Welfare and Behaviour, and Nutrition.
We’ve an open and friendly science community, and we’re continuing to invest in our research centres and activities.