Situated within the Faculty of Science, the School of Chemistry & Molecular Biosciences teaches and researches in the disciplines of Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Microbiology and Parasitology.  

The common thread in our discipline mix is the capacity of molecular-based approaches to create understanding and to lead to discovery.

Head of School's Welcome

Key Statistics

History

Facilities

Internationalisation

Gender Balance

Strategic Plan (PDF file)

Newsletters

School Profile Booklet (new version coming)

 To learn more about our teaching, research and engagement, return to the School's home page.

 

The Chemistry Building (left) and Molecular Biosciences Building (right) in the Science and Engineering precinct of the St Lucia campus in Brisbane.

About the School section

Gender Balance

The School of Chemistry & Molecular Biosciences seeks to improve gender balance in all  aspects of its activities. This includes in our profiles of student enrolments in various programs and of staff appointments at various lev...

Head of School's Welcome

Welcome t...

Highlights of the history of the School

 A short, summarised history of the School and its antecedent Departments: 1910-1...

Internationalisation

Learning 26% of the School's 2016 enrolments were students from overseas. Students come from...

Key Statistics

Each year, the School of Chemistry & Molecular Biosciences teaches around 8,000 individual students and produces nearly 300 graduates from programs it administers. It employs around 110 staff on continuing appointments and cl...

Newsletters

General School Newsletters Year in Review 2008 (PDF)

Vacancies

Advertising of staff recruitment vacancies.
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