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We need more real-world critical spaces of inquiry to engage, encourage and support the most creative thinkers and makers of our time, writes Ross Harley, Dean of UNSW Art & Design.

If you can see your scan, and understand your disease, this can possibly help you to recover more quickly.

The asylum bill introduced into Parliament last week is an extraordinary display of disdain for international law – and its fundamental misunderstanding of it, writes Jane McAdam.

He really believed in a university gallery – one that was part of the art school and part of the university.

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Look inside your own body

Imagine being able to see your illness? Dr John McGhee from UNSW Art and Design is enabling stroke patients to do just that, using 3D techniques normally employed in the games industry.

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Wind turbines and climate change – UNSW 2014 Three Minute Thesis

Watch Rosemary Barnes, from UNSW Canberra, give her winning 3MT talk on wind turbines – "Engineering solutions to political problems: the answer is blowing in the wind”.  The 3MT competition is an annual event organised by the Graduate Research School. 

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Bird navigation: The Quantum Around You. Ep1

Quantum phenomena often seem mysterious to us, because we can't "see" them. But what if some animal species can? Join UNSW's Andrea Morello in this series which proves that quantum mechanics has more of an impact on your life than you think.

Look inside your own body
Wind turbines and climate change – UNSW 2014 Three Minute Thesis
Bird navigation: The Quantum Around You. Ep1

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Human hands are all over Australia’s hottest ever year

New, comprehensive analyses show that people didn’t just leave fingerprints on the record-breaking heat: we left a clear handprint, write Sophie Lewis and Sarah Perkins.

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‘Houston… when will we have liftoff?’ Interpreting the US Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve is winding down its quantitative easing programs and all eyes are on it to see when there will be “liftoff” of the federal funds rate from zero.

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Welcome to the museum of the future: immersive, high-tech and compelling

Sarah Kenderdine tells Uniken how technological advances, like high-resolution 2D and 3D imaging, are transforming the museum experience.

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Masters degree opens up a new world and community

UNSW Master of Policy Studies graduate Su Pon Chit is putting her new knowledge into practice, advocating for people with a disability and promoting change in Myanmar.