UNSW's three new Deans say creative and innovative thinking will be their driving force
Sanderson with locals in southern Pakistan following the 2012 floods. Photo supplied
In a world impacted by poverty and natural disasters, David Sanderson – the inaugural Judith Neilson Chair in Architecture – is teaching his students to build resilience, not skylines.
Photo: Nick Cubbin
Photographer Nick Cubbin has captured the often-overlooked beauty of waterbird feathers for a project that aims to plot the movements of Australia’s wetland birds.
The biggest kid in the program … Solange Cunin with Tempe High students Marcus Garvey and Joseph Xu. photo Grant Turner/Mediakoo
Australia’s first payload of scientific experiments blasts off for the International Space Station in November, thanks to a group of high schoolers and UNSW space entrepreneur Solange Cunin.
Mike Manefield and Sabrina Beckmann at the Lithgow mine site. photo Nick Cubbin
A common fabric dye pumped into coal seams could hold the key to increased gas yields and reduced emissions, marking a major step forward in the transition to a cleaner energy future.
Madeline Gleeson. Photo: Quentin Jones
A new book by Madeline Gleeson reveals the reality of life for refugees on Manus Island and Nauru.
Record breakers... Mark Keevers and Martin Green. Photo: Lee Henderson
UNSW solar cell researchers have broken yet another world record, squeezing even more electricity from a beam of sunlight.
Laughing is good for mental wellbeing so it’s often the better option in difficult situations.Image: Shutterstock
Research shows you could be laughing all the way to the bank if you embrace humour in your business.
Ojasvi Chavali inspects medical equipment with his Cambodian counterparts. Photo: supplied
Student volunteers are breathing life into ailing medical machines in rural Cambodia, returning home with valuable insights into a country with a complex past.
Improving budget transparency is key to ensuring citizens engage with government, and Africa is leading the way.
A couple declare their love at the I LOVE YOU installation designed by UNSW students. Photo: Leilah Schubert
"I wanted the installation to be carnivalesque – like a kitsch love-o-meter,” says Edison Chen of I LOVE YOU, the installation that captured hearts at this year’s Sydney Vivid.
Quantum Consciousness by Paul Thomas – an analogy of human and ‘Quantum Computer Thinking’
Data captured from microwave signals firing at an electron every five milliseconds form the basis of this vibrant, spinning image that expresses the beauty at the heart of quantum physics.
Charlotte Brontë transformed her lived experience into the world of Jane Eyre. Now a lavishly illustrated book will explore the famous author’s romantic realism.
The latest books by UNSW academics.
Jonathan Strauss, Manager of the Future Students Office
The man in charge of attracting the best and brightest students to UNSW explains why sometimes you need to take a leap into the unknown.
Eileen Baldry (front) with four of the five new Diversity Champions (L-R), Warwick Dawson, Laura Poole-Warren, Vanessa Lem and Andrew Lynch (absent Mark Willcox). Photo: Quentin Jones.
All UNSW's top news stories, from our diversity champions and quantum research honours, to high praise in the national book industry awards.