UNSW researchers have turned ash waste from coal-fired power stations into an environmental solution which could slash emissions in the carbon-hungry construction sector by at least 20 per cent.
China's ever-growing greenhouse gas emissions and the problems they present for the rest of the world will be tackled by an expert panel at UNSW this Thursday.
German Greens MP Hans-Josef Fell will speak at UNSW on May 14 about the successful impact of feed-in tariffs incentives in raising the demand for renewable energy.
Australia could become a "carbon energy economic super power," says climate change expert, Mike Molitor.
A working bionic eye could be an Australian world first by 2020 if action is taken quickly, leading researchers at the University of New South Wales say.
UNSW physicist Frank Ruess has been awarded the 2007 UNSW Science Prize which recognises the best science PhD thesis passed each year.
Three UNSW academics have been named 2008 Australian Research Council Federation Fellows by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and the Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, Senator Kim Carr.
A new international study has revealed how the Komodo dragon can be such an efficient killing machine despite having a wimpy bite and a featherweight skull.
The man behind the Holy Grail of physics - a grand theory of everything - will speak tonight at UNSW.