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Burning materials that could be more productively reused elsewhere is not the way to go, UNSW Sydney has told an ACT government review.

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UNSW Professor Marc Wilkins is among a team whose unprecedented achievement provides new insights into koalas and their long-time survival. 

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UNSW Canberra Space will bring innovative technologies to collaborations with the newly launched Australian Space Agency.

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If waste is burned for energy, recyclable material is lost forever. There are better solutions, writes Veena Sahajwalla.

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The galaxy is rich in grease-like molecules, according to an Australian-Turkish team.

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Scientists have been researching the source of water on earth for a long time - and believe it came from a combination of two places.

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The 'father' of the internet identified threats to equal access for everyone during a conversation before a keen audience at UNSW.

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UNSW's Professor Veena Sahajwalla says a solution is available now to the growing stockpiles of recyclable materials highlighted in a new Senate report into waste and recycling.

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UNSW Faculty of Engineering gets its own Associate Dean for Equity and Diversity.

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To determine why some people cannot create visual images of people, places and things in their mind’s eye, UNSW scientists are planning to conduct a world-first brain imaging study of people with this baffling condition, known as congenital aphantasia.

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