Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Nanotechnology)

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Biomedical nanotechnology: SACE stage two chemistry or equivalent. Quantum nanostructures: SACE stage two chemistry, physics and mathematical methods or specialist mathematics or equivalent

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Diploma or above

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Delivery mode
In person:
  • – Bedford Park
Online: No

4 years full-time
(or part-time equivalent)
Deferrable: Yes

Annual indicative fee
Start dates
  • – March
  • – July

Small science. Big ideas.

There’s no one definition for ‘nanotechnology,’ but we like to think of it as the organisation and manipulation of molecules to form new and useful structures. It involves knowledge from chemistry, physics, biology and materials science. Since atoms make up everything on Earth—from the composition of our own bodies to the food we eat and the energy we consume—nanotechnology has huge implications for our future. Nanotechnology touches many aspects of our everyday lives, such as particles used to make sunscreen transparent or to control the slow release of drugs.