A full list of Research Centres at Macquarie University is available at MQ Research Centres
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.
Creative Practice Research
The Faculty of Arts provides an intellectually stimulating environment for Creative Practice (CP) research. Our researchers disseminate their work through new ways of thinking, seeing and hearing the world, and thus expand our knowledge of the world beyond that available through traditional outputs.
Creative Ecologies Lab is an ecosystem of creative researchers, a disorganising principle, an enabler of stories. Bringing together Macquarie University artist/scholars and our collaborators to question, to engage, to examine.