Improving health, nutrition, and forensic investigation

The School of Medical, Molecular and Forensic Sciences delivers a fascinating and exciting range of undergraduate courses in Biomedical Science, Laboratory Medicine, Clinical Laboratory Science, Genetics and Molecular Biology, Forensic Biology and Toxicology, Forensic Chemistry and Food Science and Nutrition. We additionally offer Honours and higher research degree programs together with postgraduate coursework and research programs in Forensic Science (Professional Practice) and Systems Medicine.  

Our facilities

Whitby Falls Farm

Whitby Falls Farm offers high quality educational, historical and cultural experiences for students, researchers, the community and visitors including mock crime scene investigations for forensic science students.

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Flexilab is a multi-purpose teaching and preparatory laboratory for students studying science, technology and engineering, leveraging digital technology to enhance the learning experience for Murdoch students.  

It has been designed as one open-plan and collaborative space that can accommodate up to 116 students. The 375sqm space has the functionality to sub-divide into several smaller spaces. These flexible teaching environments can be adapted to teach a wide variety of subjects and class or group sizes.

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Food Innovation Precinct of Western Australia

The Food Innovation Precinct of Western Australia (FIPWA) is a state-of-the-art facility fostering industry innovation to drive business growth, develop new products and exports, and transform Western Australia’s food and beverage manufacturing industry.

Murdoch’s Food Science and Nutrition campus is part of FIPWA and establishes a world-class destination for food professionals and researchers committed to advancing knowledge and production of food that is both good to eat and good for you. The campus has already graduated its first class of Bachelor of Food Science and Nutrition students under the guidance of leading food scientist Associate Professor Vicky Solah.

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