Brian Boyle

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The first ARC national engagement and impact assessment of university research shows how universities engage outside of academia and translate research into benefits for society.


Network providers could revolutionise how they manage changing loads on their networks, making life a lot better for internet users, thanks to technology being developed by UNSW researchers. 


Australia's transition from resource to knowledge-based economy is dependent on university research. Failing to engage China in innovation is not an option, writes Brian Boyle

Brian Boyle

He shared in a Nobel prize for physics and pioneered construction of the world’s largest radio telescope. Now Brian Boyle is blazing a trail for UNSW research. 


Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) Brian Boyle has received the CSIRO’s highest honour for pioneering the next-generation Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder – the world’s largest radio telescope.