The world-class researchers recognised in 2020 span art and design, chemical science, computer science and engineering, humanities and languages, and law.
Researchers will revolutionise ways of working as well as reducing labour and logistic costs.
An immersive 3D field of memories revealing the stories of returned Australian veterans from Afghanistan will screen at the Melbourne Museum today in commemoration of Remembrance Day.
The Tampa incident and post-Cold War culture have provided rich inspiration for an academic-student pairing in the Redlands Art prize.
UNSW and ABC Radio have collaborated on a major digital archive providing unprecedented access to the personal experiences of Australian veterans who served in Afghanistan.
Pioneering virtual reality technology behind a Sydney Film Festival event has also produced an innovative Australian export success story which will lift safety in China's mining industry.
A world-first artificial intelligence film experience, developed at UNSW's iCinema, is one of the centrepieces of this year's Sydney Film Festival.
Academy Award-nominated film director, writer, and producer Bruce Beresford has hailed the world's first 360-degree stereoscopic cinema as revolutionary.
Sydney Festival presents the cinema of the future this summer at UNSW. Pioneered by UNSW's iCinema Research Centre, this new cinema form lets viewers create their own 3D cinematic experiences on a 360-degree fully surrounding screen.