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.

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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. 

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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. 

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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.