About Science & Innovation
The state government is constantly investing money in Research and Development processes to give long-term advantages to the people of Newcastle and surrounding suburbs. Have a look at the major discoveries and researches in Science, Innovation and IT sector:
The Tectonics and Earth Resources Research Group are committed to providing information on geological systems. According to their recent research, it has been found that the shapes and sizes of the continents have dramatically changed in the last 3 billion years. The team has also contributed to exploring the processes responsible for continental expansion and deformation.
This team researches hydrology, palaeoclimatology, climatology and landscape modelling. They are working with the main objective to determine the key factors as well as impacts of environmental and climate change in both the private and public sectors. The researchers have discovered new-age equipment and research tools to identify the factors that can control droughts, floods and other natural calamities in NSW.
Nothing can be more innovational than having a team of scientists who can focus on the restoration and reconstruction of ecosystems. The Sustainable Ecosystem Restoration Research group at the University of Newcastle is leveraging their expertise to construct the habitat for various threatened species, flora, fauna and microbes. The group is working with leading industries and the state government and has developed new ponds across Newcastle.
We Believe in Statistics!
Statistics is a way of converting complex systems into quantitative modelling, which account for the variability and dynamics in any system. It is the science of grasping information from data.
Our Expertise & Efficiency
Newcastle Innovation Science has all the potential to make people aware of Newcastle’s social infrastructural, science and economic developments. Our expertise lies in finding, evaluating, and presenting complex systems into readable and understandable information.