Professor Megan O'Mara's research sits at the interface of chemistry, biology, physics, and computer science. Or, more simply, she uses gaming computers to solve the mysteries of the human body.
Researchers at the AIBN have won vital funding to improve personalised healthcare, develop new energy solutions, and unearth cleaner mining technologies – all in tandem with local industry partners.



Meet our researchers

Read now


Stay up to date

Join our newsletter






Welcome to the world of organoids: where Professor Ernst Wolvetang is growing tiny, three-dimensional avatars in the quest for better therapies.
What happens when a chemical engineer becomes disillusioned with how we’re using chemicals? If you’re Dr Esteban Marcellin Saldana, you set about changing the game.

General enquiries

Please direct general enquiries to our reception team

+61 7 3346 3877

Student enquiries

If you would like to enquire about studying at AIBN please contact our HDR Team

Contact HDR Team