With UNSW's breakthroughs in quantum computing, Australia has been given a second chance to lead a computer revolution. The question is, will we take it, or let it slip from our grasp? writes Mark Hoffman.
These images are a selection from more than 200 works on display at UNSW Art & Design’s ANNUAL 2015, the largest national showcase of graduate works, which opens across multiple sites at UNSW’s Paddington campus and runs until 12 December.
'Wild Researchers' is a unique collaboration between UNSW and award-winning photographer Tamara Dean. The exhibition showcases scientists working in the elements to address issues like climate change, endangered species, toxic industrial sites and marine pollution.
Australia’s greatest living architect Glenn Murcutt and UNSW graduate and adjunct senior lecturer Matt Chan discuss their appreciation of timeless design, the importance of experimentation, and why more architects should teach.