The International Space Centre (ISC) is an initiative by The University of Western Australia (UWA). Hosted at UWA, the ISC will seize new opportunities for knowledge transfer, technology development, impactful research and education in the space sector.
Exploring space has become an integral part of Australia’s economy and a symbol of human innovation. Through the ISC, UWA is harnessing our world-leading space research capability to build partnerships that will contribute to the ongoing growth of Australia’s space industry.
We have established the ISC as a new centre that unifies and focusses our expertise in engagement, education and research.
We would love to collaborate with you to achieve your needs, please get in touch.
Engage with leading researchers across our capability areas to find solutions to your needs.
Looking to up-skill your team? We offer customised training and professional development across our capabilities.
Planning a career in space? We offer many study and outreach options for a range of levels and audiences.
Satellite Remote Sensing Credit: Sentinel-3 operated by the European Space Agency.
Astronomy from Space Credit: NASA.
Experiments in Variable Gravity Credit: Air zero-g by Alex Magnan, Airborne Films.
Plants in Space Credit: ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology.
Living and Working in Space Credit: Design for a Mars surface architecture by the University of Western Australia (UWA) School of Design Masters of Architecture student Nik Cutten, 2018. This architectural design studio was a collaboration between the UWA School of Design and space architects based at the NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.
Propulsion and Cryogenic Fluids Credit: NASA.