Research institutes across Australia are becoming increasingly popular as the world’s top universities struggle to compete with the global elite.
But the top three research universities in Australia are not always as renowned as their competitors, and in some cases the research results that go into their research publications have not been as robust as those from the top-performing universities.
Here’s our ranking of the best research institutions in Australia.
Alfred Drury University of Technology (Auckland, New Zealand)The Alfred Drory University of Science and Technology has an internationally recognised reputation for cutting-edge research, and a world-class research and teaching infrastructure.
It is ranked fourth in the world for research per capita by the Carnegie Classification of Research Institutions (CCCRI).
It was ranked No. 3 in the CCRRI’s Top Universities in 2017, and the Carnegie Institution for Science ranked it No. 7 in the US in 2018.
Queensland University of Art and Design (Queensland, Australia)The Queensland University is home to the Queensland Museum of Modern Art, the Queensland Art Gallery and the Brisbane Museum of Art.
The university has a world class arts and design curriculum that includes art, design and architecture.
The Queensland Art Centre also hosts some of the world-leading exhibitions in Australia and internationally.
University of Sydney (New South Wales, Australia)”The world’s largest and most dynamic research university”, the University of New South Wales is home of the Australian Institute of Medical Research (AIIMR), which is one of the most respected and highly regarded universities in the country.
AIIMR’s work in regenerative medicine, brain research, regenerative therapy, and regenerative medical devices is recognised by many in the global scientific community.
It also leads research on artificial neural networks.
It has two world-renowned medical centres in Sydney, and also has a large research and medical campus in Canberra.
University Victoria (Victoria, Australia-headquartered)The University of Victoria is the largest of the University Research Institutes (URIs) and the world leader in biomedical research.
The University is ranked No 1 in the rankings of the World Universities in Research and Innovation.
The Institute is home not only to the world famous Royal Melbourne Hospital, but also to the University Health Network and the Institute of Biomedical Sciences, among other research institutes.
University at Albany (New York, USA)The UAB has a distinguished reputation for research in both basic and clinical research, with the UAB also leading the country in clinical research.
This includes the UMB’s first-ever cancer study in humans.
The UAB’s medical and biomedical research is internationally recognised, and is a centre for global innovation and international collaboration.
Australian National University (Melbourne, Australia)-headquartered, University of Melbourne, has a rich academic reputation and a reputation for producing top scientists and engineers in Australia, with more than 3,000 researchers on over 2,500 staff and students.
University College London (London, UK)The university’s world-famous Faculty of Medicine is home in the City of London, and has an extensive research and clinical portfolio.
The faculty also has research interests in areas such as regenerative biology, regenerive medicine, and artificial intelligence.
University Melbourne (Melburnian, Australia)’The University’s flagship research and educational institution’ the University at Melbourne (UIM) is home on the north coast of Melbourne.
The campus houses the UIM Centre for Excellence in Molecular Medicine and Bioinformatics and has a major role in the advancement of the field of regenerative neuroscience.
University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Rensselauburg, Germany) The University of Renschelle-University has a global reputation for excellence in research and development and has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2003.
The Renscheid-University also holds the Nobel prize for Chemistry in 1999.
Imperial College London, The (London)The Imperial College, established in 1651, is home for some of Europe’s leading scientists and has received the prestigious Nobel Prize for its pioneering work in engineering and the physical sciences.
The Imperial College’s research and academic research activities include the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the British Institute of Engineering and Science, and Imperial College College.
University Leipzig (Germany)The Ruhr University of Berlin is a leading university in Germany and has long been recognised for its scientific, economic and cultural influence.
The institution was established in 1773 and has the highest number of Nobel laureates in Germany.
University Copenhagen (Denmark)The Danish Institute of Technology and its world-ranked research centre, the Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (INAM), are the heart of the Copenhagen campus.
It has a research centre for regenerative biomedical research and