Science & Tech

UNSW's solar racing team is celebrating its victory in the Global Green Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide. Sunswift IV was the first Australian car to cross the finish line.

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We have lots of great ideas for environmental progress, so why is it so hard to create sustainable universities? Find out more at a public lecture at UNSW.

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Sufferers of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are being brought together in a major new study to determine the diseases' common genetic causes.

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UNSW's Sunswift solar racing team has unveiled a new car which can reach 115km/h using the same amount of power it takes to make your morning toast.

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UNSW researchers may have pinpointed the cause of muscle wasting and bone-density loss experienced by astronauts who fly lengthy missions under the weightless conditions of space.

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UNSW scientists are heading to the South Pacific to assess the impact of the regional tsunami that struck Samoa, American Samoa and surrounding islands.

A UNSWTV video on beach safety that has been viewed by thousands of people has won an Australian Safer Communities Award.

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UNSW's internationally recognised research in biofuels has been given an added boost with a $3 million infrastructure upgrade funded by the state and federal governments.

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Computer researchers at UNSW and NICTA have achieved a breakthrough in software which will deliver significant increases in security and reliability.

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A huge flesh-eating eagle that became extinct in New Zealand only 500 years ago was an efficient hunter that could attack prey 10 times its size, UNSW research has found, lending credibility to a Maori legend about a giant man-eating bird.

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