The University provides a range of information systems to support the collection and reporting of research data.
This data contributes to a range of internal and external reporting requirements. It also helps us better understand and showcase our research performance to the world.
Staff and students can access the most commonly used systems for researchers here.
The Research Information Management System supports your grants and ethics applications.
NURO is the University of Newcastle's research publications management system.
The Nexus system is used for management of researcher web profiles. It also contains data for compilation of Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) reports.
iLab is the booking system that allows researchers to access specialised equipment managed by our Central Analytical Facilities.
Through this system, researches can order and monitor animal usage against approved animal ethics protocols. Only researchers with approved ethics applications can access Tick@Lab.
Use serviceUON to request simple data reports from RIMS, NEXUS or NURO, or log technical support.
IT Services is the place for all students and staff to request services, search for knowledge and report problems – accessible anytime, from anywhere, on any device.
Research Professional provides an extensive database of funding opportunities that Australian researchers may be eligible to apply for.
Staff and students involved in research can access the Research Financial System to see allocated budgets, expenditure, and commitments for the full life of research projects.
Sign up for the latest workshops, training modules and other courses that help you build your skillset and advance your career.
The Library provides a range of specialist research services and resources to support the discovery, use and management of information.
The Statistical Support Service (StatSS) provides advice on statistical methods to help university students and staff engaged in research.
Staff and students involved in research can access a range of other university systems that support your day-to-day work.
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.