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Macromolecular and Materials Chemistry ERA Research Rankings

The Australian Universities Macromolecular and Materials Chemistry ERA research ranking is part of a range of rankings under the main area of Chemical Sciences covering a number of other subfields, namely Analytical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Medicinal and Biomolecular Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry (Incl. Structural), Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, and Other Chemical Sciences, which can be accessed individually from below the table.

Macromolecular and Materials Chemistry ERA Research Rankings
University2018201520122010
Monash University 5 5 5 5
University of Melbourne 5 5 5 5
University of New South Wales 5 5 5 5
University of Queensland 5 5 5 5
University of Sydney 5 5 5 5
University of Wollongong 5 5 5 5
University of Newcastle 3 5 5 5
Queensland University of Technology 3 - 5 5
University of Western Australia 3 - - -
RMIT University 2 - - 5
Deakin University - 5 5 5
University of Adelaide - 5 5 5
Western Sydney University - 4 4 4
Griffith University - - 5 5
University of Technology Sydney - - 5 5
Australian National University - - 4 5
University of New England - - 4 5
Murdoch University - - 4 4
Curtin University - - - 5
Macquarie University - - - 5
University of Southern Queensland - - - 5
Swinburne University of Technology - - - 4

Main Chemical Sciences Rankings:


Macromolecular and Materials Chemistry is a Sub-Field belonging to the main Chemical Sciences Master Field. Click the following link for an overview of of the main Master Field:

- Chemical Sciences Research Rankings


Other Chemical Sciences Sub-Field Rankings:


Other Sub-Field rankings of the Chemical Sciences Master Field can be found here:

- Analytical Chemistry Research Rankings

- Inorganic Chemistry Research Rankings

- Medicinal and Biomolecular Chemistry Research Rankings

- Organic Chemistry Research Rankings

- Other Chemical Sciences Research Rankings

- Physical Chemistry (Incl. Structural) Research Rankings

- Theoretical and Computational Chemistry Research Rankings


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- ERA 2018 Outcomes Research Rankings List

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- ERA List of Research Fields Rankings

- ERA Journal Rankings 2018 List



ERA Research Ranking Macromolecular and Materials Chemistry Journals


The research rankings for the Macromolecular and Materials Chemistry field are based on research published in journals throughout the world. The following page shows the:

- List of Macromolecular and Materials Chemistry Ranking Journals

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