The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development conducts world-class interdisciplinary research that advances knowledge and finds sustainable solutions to practical problems concerning human interactions, new technologies, and our interaction with the environment.

The Institute’s vision is to optimise human interaction and wellbeing across the lifespan. MARCS Institute strives to solve the problems that matter most through the themes sensing and perceiving, interacting with each other, and technologies for humans.

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News & Highlights

The first images taken from space with a neuromorphic event-based camera. The image demonstrates what one can do with a such a low resolution neuromorphic camera that uses the motion of the spacecraft for imaging.
ICNS is celebrating a special trip to the International Space Station on the NASA SpaceX Falcon 9 CRS-24 mission helping First Nations STEM ambassador ‘Jarli Jones’ achieve her dream of reaching the stars.

Upcoming Events

Jun 6
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July 21-23 | The ALW workshop is an annual opportunity for language practitioners, linguists and others researching, revitalising and advocating for First Nations languages.

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