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Research Centres

A full list of Research Centres at Macquarie University is available at MQ Research Centres

Macquarie Research Centres

Papyrus Macquarie Ancient Cultures Research Centre (MQACRC)

MQACRC amalgamates two long-standing and internationally recognised centres: the Australian Centre for Egyptology, and the Ancient History Documentary Research Centre. ACRC provides world-class research infrastructure including digital and photographic archives of Egyptian wall art gathered on site, Greek and Coptic papyri, and specialist libraries for Egyptology, Manichaean studies, Graeco-Roman documentary research.

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MQCAVE group photo Macquarie Centre for Agency, Values and Ethics (MQCAVE)

MQCAVE provides a platform for interaction and collaboration between researchers in philosophy, psychology, cognitive science, law, medicine, applied ethics, and bioethics. A distinctive feature is its focus upon the philosophical, ethical, and legal issues raised by the cognitive neurosciences. CAVE's work falls into four main research clusters: Human Agency and Selfhood, Moral Cognition, Neuroethics and Neurolaw, Applied Ethics, Bioethics and Clinical Ethics, and Brain Culture and Mind.

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Faculty Research Centres