The discovery of extremely high levels of pollution at the bottom of two of the Earth’s deepest oceanic trenches highlights the far-reaching impact of human activities, says UNSW marine ecologist Katherine Dafforn.
Unprecedented "marches for science" through major cities across the globe in April will bring leading scientists, including Nobel Laureates, together around a political, and a more fundamental, challenge, writes Emma Johnston.
The Composites Manufacturing Robot located at UNSW’s Automated Composites Laboratory uses narrow carbon or glass fibre tape to create custom composite parts up to three metres long. It is the only one of its type in the Southern Hemisphere.
Futuristic sensing technologies to tackle major challenges in agriculture, health, security, the environment and industry will be showcased today at the official launch of the NSW Smart Sensing Network.