Chemical Engineering

Liquid gallium

A global collaboration, led by researchers from UNSW, has shown how liquid gallium can be used to help achieve the important goal of net zero carbon emissions.

Cows feeding

UNSW Professor Johannes le Coutre has warned that current food production and consumption cannot continue if we want to reduce world hunger – and help save the planet. 

Man with wheelbarrow

When you buy organic food, you don’t always get food free from pesticides, a UNSW expert says.

Beena Ahmed

It’s International Women in Engineering Day.

At UNSW, we're so honoured to have inspiring female engineers who are making a big impact in the world.

Man checking milk bottle

Don’t be fooled by some expiry dates, some foods last longer than you may think.

Man holding a burger

The idea of ordering slaughter-free authentic meat is becoming a reality, a UNSW food and health expert says.

Hydrogen energy

Researchers will work with the NSW Office of the Chief Scientist & Engineer and industry to store and convert excess renewable energy for use in a range of sectors.

A tank of ammonia at a chemical plant with blue sky in background.

Ammonia has sustained humanity since the early 20th century, but its production leaves a huge carbon footprint. Now researchers have found a way to make it 100 per cent renewable.

Patterns on surface of liquid metal

Zebra stripes, leopard spots and other patterns discovered on the skin of frozen metal alloys that defy conventional metallurgy.

Professor Kourosh Kalantar-Zadeh

Professor Kourosh Kalantar-Zadeh has been awarded the prestigious 2020 Robert Boyle Prize for Analytical Science by the Royal Society of Chemistry.

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